Who gets a casserole???
When ones are diagnosed with cancer, family members get a casserole.
When there is a fire, flood, tornado, earthquake, destruction or hardship, they too get a casserole.
When ones are killed in the military, their loved ones get a casserole.
When law enforcement, medic, fire and service providers are killed, their families get a casserole.
When children are effected in anyway, their parents get a casserole.
We can clearly as family, friends, neighbors and co-workers understand, why the above get a casserole, they should.
Victims and survivors of crime, do not get a casserole.
Join us this next year to stop the stigmas, shame, blame, judgement or making ones feel as if they are undeserving of a casserole.
Don’t be afraid, it could happen to you and your family, wouldn’t you want or need a casserole?
Let’s all start caring about everyone else a little more, sharing and giving a casserole to a victim, survivor or someone with mental illness, or their families in 2016!!!