Inspiring HOPE: One School At A Time

iFred launched Schools for Hope in Fall 2014 in two Chicago-area school districts (Woodland Intermediate School in Gurnee, Ill., and Oakland School in Antioch, Ill.) with the goal of expandingContinue Reading

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Celebrating Global Day of Hope May 2

Thank you to everyone who helped celebrate all things ‪#‎hope‬ this past Saturday, May 2, 2015. We had so much fun planting sunflowers with all our iFred friends and supporters nextContinue Reading

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Inspiring HOPE: Around the World

Did you know that Schools for Hope is not just a program available in the U.S., but is internationally inspiring HOPE? This year the program will not only be taughtContinue Reading

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George

What Brings Me HOPE: Collaborating with other visionary people who believe and know we can change our society…together. The sunflowers are planted and growing in our front yard with anContinue Reading

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Teaching Hope to Prevent Suicide, One Child At A Time

  Can you teach children how to have hope? That is the question we at the International Foundation for Research and Education on Depression (iFred) set out to answer severalContinue Reading

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Inspiring Hope: The Imitation Game’s Graham Moore

What better place to find inspiration and HOPE than from last night’s Academy Awards. While accepting his Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay for The Imitation Game, Graham Moore delivered a moving appealContinue Reading

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