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The Jimpact Factor. One Life Taken One Grief-Stricken Country.

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1 The Jimpact Factor

2 One Life Taken

3 One Grief-Stricken Country

4 A Committed Community

5 One Link

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8 The James H. Bryson Institute of The Attic Youth Center The James H. Bryson Institute for Sexual and Gender Diversity Education of The Attic Youth Center The James H. Bryson Interfaith Institute of The Attic Youth Center One…er…Eight Hours of Name Deliberation

9 One Mission: To counteract discrimination against LGBTQ adolescents through education, advocacy, and support services.

10 And Years of Work

11 And Lots of Work Mission, Goals, and Plan Fundraising Development Outreach Training

12 People Power

13 And Were Off!

14 Ensuring Community Connections

15 Developing Projects: Safe Conference

16 Making The Work Known

17 And Of Course, Some Time for Play

18 By 2005, Over 5,000 Individuals Had Been Reached Through Trainings, Outreaches, and Consultations. By 2010, That Number Had More Than Quadrupled

19 Communities Feel The Jimpact

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21 OUR WORK TODAY

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23 Jefferson University Hospital Covenant House St. Josephs Preparatory School University of Pennsylvania Horizon House Catholic Social Services Congreso Curtis Institute of Music Dow Chemical Bucks County Drug and Alcohol, Inc. Philadelphia District Attorneys Office Episcopal Community Services Lingelbach Elementary School Germantown Academy Pinebrook Family Services Lutheran Settlement House Delaware Valley College Catholic Social Services

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25 One Institute

26 One Mission

27 One Enormous Impact

28 33,924 People =

29 Nearly Two Wells Fargo Centers At Capacity

30 869 Septa Buses Filled to Maximum Capacity

31 10,516 Pounds of Soft Pretzels

32 Give young people a safe and respectful environment and they will prosper, find allies, and build their own support networks. GLBTQ youth should not be treated as an exception to other diversity and minority initiatives in schools. Changing the schools, churches, and other youth services will impact many more youth than can possibly be reached by direct services. A Big Idea

33 One Story Unforgotten

34 One Man That Made It Happen


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