MJRF recognizes that community and connectedness is critical to mental health promotion. Days after we lost Miles, our village of friends, family and neighbors pulled together to Run for Miles in the Dexter to Ann Arbor race. Since the fall of 2017, many of Miles’ classmates, friends and family honored his memory annually through raising money and participating in the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention walk in Ann Arbor. Since then, MJRF has continued to host fundraising events throughout the year to fund worthy programs which support youth mental health and suicide prevention in the Washtenaw County community.
The MJR Foundation will be hosting a Facebook Live Webinar on January 12th, 2021 at 7:00pm to discuss the movies Screenagers and Screenagers: Next Chapter, and to provide strategies to deal with the issues raised by the films.
The MJR Foundation will be sponsoring online screenings of the movies Screenagers and Screenagers: Next Chapter for members of the Washtenaw County community from November 20th to January 12th.
The MJR Foundation is proud to announce that we will be a featured charity for the upcoming Probility Ann Arbor Marathon as well as the currently ongoing Ann Arbor “Mile-A-Day” Marathon Challenge.
The Roberts family and the MJRF Board were overjoyed with the AMAZING turnout at the Skyline Senior Game and Jolly Pumpkin gathering on 22-Feb-2020.
After the Skyline Senior Night Hockey game vs. Bedford will be the MJR Foundation Kickoff Dinner at the Jolly Pumpkin in Dexter.
Skyline Senior Night Hockey game vs. Bedford on February 22nd, 2020 at 3:30 pm will our first charity event as a newly formed 501(c)(3).
The Skyline SWAT Team has joined the suicide prevention cause by participating in the Out of Darkness walk through the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) each Fall since 2017.
Many of the Roberts’ Family support system gathered and ran together on June 4th, 2017 in the Dexter-Ann Arbor Run.