While the Corvid-19 pandemic has upended life for nearly everyone, healthcare workers, first responders, our military and other essential workers have had to face more risks than most. The iHalt Foundation would like to thank those who are providing essential services during this time.
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Meet the iHalt Initiative
In America's increasingly diverse and changing communities, civility and trust between First Responders and the people they serve are being replaced with hostility, violence, and unrest at an alarming rate.
The iHalt Foundation exists to promote understanding, accountability, and mutual respect between law enforcement, firefighters, rescue personnel and their communities, beginning with youth in grades K-12 enrolled in after school programs.
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A Final Salute to a Warrior
We are saddened to learn of the passing of Paul Gunick, a Vietnam Vet and retired carpenter, shown
with his beloved service dog, Niko.
Local Boys & Girls Clubs, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, and private-based after school clubs and organizations qualify for partnership with iHalt and its coordinating First Responders.
City and county parks and rec programs are natural settings for the interaction opportunities between youth and First Responders.
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Y's, Schools, & Churches
Community-based after school programs housed in YMCAs, elementary, middle, and high schools, community facilities and churches are perfect iHalt settings, because of the wide-range of youth ages served in these after school programs.