There are 22 total posts tagged with “national runaway safeline”
By Riley Dean
by Christina Van Pelt
Board member Tom Lawler shares his thoughts on NRS.
Learn more about my work with NRS.
“What I love best, on the phone, is when I hear the exhale of breath on the other end of the line because the youth or their parent/guardian is finally able to relax…”
And Why Have I Enlisted To Support The National Runaway Safeline (NRS) Mission. “For many years, I have made supporting youth causes a priority in my life.” – Kevin Carlson, Board Member
“What drew me to NRS was the fact that most of the people on the phones and taking the calls are volunteers.”
Read more about our first open house.
This is the first of a series of articles written by our Board of Directors on why they choose to support NRS. The first is our youth board member, Robert Speed
Thank you to all of our donors who contributed during December, 2015!
Thank you to all of our donors who contributed during November!
More and more often, we are seeing runaway youth reach out to us on social media sites as well as on our blog. Here is how you can access our services.
Our annual benefit for runaway and at-risk youth, Spirit of Youth, is always a great event. This year’s Roaring ’20s version was especially enjoyable.
We have moved into our new space and our crisis call center is live. See exclusive photos of our new space here.
Meet our October 2015 Volunteer of the Month, Kerrie Klein, crisis call center volunteer. Learn more about her work and contributions.
Meet our September 2015 Volunteer of the Month, Nora McAllister, a member of our crisis call center staff. Learn more about Nora and her wonderful work.
Lily, a 14 year old, called the National Runaway Safeline (NRS). She had decided to run away from home. She and her mom were fighting all the…
Our runaway crisis call center operates 24/7, 365 days a year. We would not be able to operate with our fantastic volunteer staff, who donate their…
An argument with her mother and grandmother earlier that evening led Luciana to feel that her family did not understand or respect her because of her learning disabilities. It was in an upset panic that she then made the decision to run.
The First Nonprofit Foundation’s recent generous donation for the Major Gift Initiative (MGI) helped NRS exceed its $250,000 goal to raise $258,494.
Have you ever read the tips on our website and thought, “Well, they forgot to mention a few things!”
Or, maybe you read it and thought, “That’s…
Drum roll please…we present you with the National Runaway Safeline! Our name has changed but the services will remain the same.