PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY (September 8, 2019) – Attitudes In Reverse® (AIR™), a Princeton-based nonprofit organization, will honor Michael D. Mumola, Esq., Founding Partner of Kalavruzos Mumola Hartman & Lento, with a Champion of Hope award during its fourth annual Taste of Hope fundraising event on October 16, 2019 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Princeton Marriott at Forrestal, 100 College Road East, Princeton, NJ. In addition to honoring Mumola, the affair is designed to build awareness of AIR and support its mission of saving lives through mental-health and suicide prevention education.
“Attitudes In Reverse is grateful for Mike’s support and we are pleased to honor him at the fourth annual Taste of Hope event,” said Kurt and Tricia Baker, Co-Founders of AIR. “Mike is a pillar of the community who both professionally and personally thrives on helping others to reach their full potential. He dedicates much of his time mentoring and coaching individuals to build a balanced and productive life. AIR is thrilled to have such an amazing person assist us in helping our youth improve their mental health.”
“This award means that the amazing people at AIR believe in me and my ability to help this organization. I take that very seriously. My goal in bringing value to AIR means helping the organization and those it comes in contact with however possible. It is truly an honor to be recognized by such a great organization,” said Mumola, who was introduced to AIR this year by business colleagues who have been involved with the organization. “After learning about the people and purpose of AIR, I got involved to help others in what has now become an epidemic throughout our society,” he stated.
“The passion, dedication and knowledge that the organization is helping those who cannot help themselves made me want to be a part of it. I have already seen AIR help save lives by providing information, knowledge and a base of support to those who need it,” Mumola added. “The message and opportunities will spread to more organizations and people who need to know there is a place to get help that is run by people whose sole mission is to help them.”
The Taste of Hope event is sponsored by: Faith Sponsors - Fly High Colby, J. Robert Bratman, Princeton Brain & Spine and Stark & Stark; Dignity Sponsor - Leary, Bride, Mergner and Bongiovani; Love Sponsors - American Medical Communications; Dr. Lou Beato from Beato Chiropractic; Dr. Wael Elkholy from Precision Pain Spine Institute; Hinkle, Fingles, Prior & Fischer; Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of NJ; Pennsauken Radiology; PSE&G; Szaferman Lakind; US 1 Courier Services; and Victory Marketing; Full-Day Class Sponsor - Haymarket Media, Inc.; and Half-Day Class Sponsors - Certified Financial Services; Certified Medical Solutions; and Guy J. Renzi and Associates, Inc.
The following businesses are participating in this event: Restaurants – Antimo’s Italian Kitchen, Bahama Breeze Island Grill, Bluefish Grill, Bonefish Grill, Brickhouse Tavern & Tap, Crown of India, De Lorrenzo’s Pizza, Iron & Ivory, Local Greek, Made from Scratch, Outback Steakhouse, PF Chang’s, Ruth’s Chris Steak House and Texas Roadhouse; Desserts – Carella’s Chocolates, Classic Dezerts, Khalila’s CornKrush, McCaffrey’s, and Seasons 52; and Wine, Beer, Spirits – CATB Liquor Import, Plush Vodka, Señor Sangria, Sourland Mountain Spirits and Super Buy Rite Wine, Hamilton Square and Pennington.
To register to attend the October 16th Taste of Hope event, please visit www.toh.ngo. For more information about this event, please contact Dennis Dias, Antares Event Planning & Consulting, LLC, at 908-208-2696 or email@example.com.
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Attitudes In Reverse® (AIR™) was established by Kurt, Tricia and Katelyn Baker of Plainsboro, NJ, in 2010, soon after their son/brother Kenny died by suicide following a long battle against severe depression and anxiety. Their mission is to save lives by educating students about mental health, related disorders and suicide prevention. Since January 2011, they have presented to more than 80,000 students in middle and high schools and colleges in New Jersey, New York, Vermont, Missouri, Texas and Arizona. AIR also offers Youth Mental Health First Aid instruction and includes the AIR Dogs: Paws for Minds™ program, bringing dogs into schools to help students de-stress and engage in the conversation about mental health. In addition, AIR trains and certifies Emotional Support Animals and offers a lunch-and-learn program for businesses. For more information about AIR™, please visit https://air.ngo or call 609-945-3200.