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Meet Jeremy Forrest of Gloucestor, VA……
Jeremy loved the outdoors and sports from when he was a little toddler. Throughout his childhood , he started out with tee ball. Jeremy even rode a bike without training wheels at 3 years old. During high school, Jeremy became a star football player for 4 years, winning a variety of awards. Jeremy enjoyed fishing, hunting, mudding and tree work. Jeremy was best known for his huge heart, smile and being there for people when needed. Whether it was to talk or listen, take them somewhere, give hugs, or save their lives. Jeremy also loved selfies or telling all he was around to “take a picture “. We are so thankful Jeremy was that way so now we have a lot of memories to look back on .
On April 2, 2022, just 10 days before his birthday, Jeremy was deceived and poisoned by fentanyl, not just one kind, but 2 types according to his toxicology report. He thought he was getting meth and instead fentanyl is what killed him. My child did not want to die and had made plans to go fishing!
4/12/92 – 4/2/22
We are a non-profit organization dedicated to fighting against the devastating effects of fentanyl poisoning on our loved ones and communities. Our mission is to raise awareness, promote prevention efforts, and provide support to those impacted by this dangerous substance. As a non-profit organization, we rely on the generous support of individuals and organizations to help us achieve our goals. Your donation can make a difference in the lives of those affected by fentanyl poisoning, providing critical resources for prevention, education, and support services. By donating to our organization, you can help us to continue our important work and make a meaningful impact in the fight against fentanyl poisoning. We thank you for your support and commitment to our mission.
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