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Please help Johnny’s Ambassadors educate parents and teens about the dangers of today’s high-THC marijuana on adolescent brain development and suicide.
Thank you for supporting Johnny’s Ambassadors!
Hello, Johnny’s Ambassadors!
Welcome to our 2021 end-of-year campaign! Ramey and Walt Johnson have generously pledged to MATCH your gift up to $5000, so your gift will be doubled!
Thanks to your support and contributions, we've had an incredible year with the book coming out, great exposure in People Magazine, the passage of CO bill 1317 regulating marijuana concentrates, the launch of our Certified Johnny's Ambassadors Trainer program, completion of our online teen and adult marijuana training, and a successful #StopDabbing walk. The result has been a LOT of parents coming forward and needing help. You can read here about all the tragic stories people have shared about how their child's marijuana use has impacted them.
Clearly, we need to get our education in front of more teens in their schools! With more states legalizing marijuana, it’s critical that both teens and their parents are educated about the potential mental harms and increases in suicides with use. Unfortunately, most schools don't have extra budget to pay the $5 per teen our platform costs. But with your help, if we can raise $7100, we can reach 1,420 more kids (the math stopped me in my tracks)! If we can stop one teen from trying marijuana, that is one teen saved from the harm of addiction. If we raise enough, we will be able to print a 20-page youth marijuana prevention booklet for our teen ambassadors to hand out in schools!
So, in the month of December, Johnny’s Ambassadors asks parents, grandparents, teachers, and frankly all adults who have a teen in their life, to please consider an end-of-year donation. The IRS made a special rule for 2021 you can now deduct $300 for singles and $600 for married couples, even if you don't itemize.
Please help us reach more kids, expand our reach, and educate parents and teens about the dangers of today's high-THC marijuana on adolescent brain development, mental illness, and suicide. Thank you! Much love!