In an IRS determination letter dated August 14, 2014 and effective September
18, 2012, Ed4Ed has been approved as a 501 (c) (3) public charity. Contributions to our organization are tax deductible
under Section 170 of the IRS code. Please click the button below to the left to donate to our organization and help
in the battle against risky teen behaviors.
This is Public Service Announcement created by belletv and featuring
Jeana Monroe,the mother of R. J. Monroe who was taken from his family at the age of 15 in 2012. The PSA is 1:30 in duration.
See the Downloads page for another PSA by Jeanna.
CHOKING GAME PSA from belletv
View below Ed4Ed's current statistics on the Choking Game and relevant studies. Page through
the slides using the arrows and Mouse over the icons on the bottom to see the other features
Ed4Ed's own Outreach Director, Ken Tork, has recently been added as a trainer on Train My Crew Ken's course provides information
regarding the Choking Game. Click this link to go to the site.
My Crew by Wilmes, LLC offers safety, risk management and loss control courses online.
Please Click Here to sign a petition requesting YouTube to remove explicit Choking Game videos from the site. This is important as it
is certain many kids learn about TCG on the internet
Watch an excellent video created by Ken Tork, Outreach Director of Ed4Ed about the terrible activity known
as, among other things, the Choking Game. The shorter version of about 13 minutes is below; the longer version approximately
26 minutes is to the right.
This organization is dedicated to those young people who have
been needlessly injured or killed as a result of participating in behaviors without adequate information
concerning the risks they are taking. We as a group are aware of about 1,000 such young people and the number is increasing
steadily. To prevent these senseless tragedies,
Education is the essential element:
in guiding our youth to healthy choices ushering in bright futures.
- Evaluating potential outcomes - Benefits vs, Risk
Scientific research and professionals concur: Youth will
take risks. Scientific research based on youth studies conclude: Knowledge is the single factor that determines
the risks they will choose to take. Risk experimentation ends in needless tragedy and experience is not the best teacher.
Many of our members have been personally affected by these behaviors which
include but are not limited to "The Choking Game'. Emo, Dusting and Pharm Parties.