About Never to Forever
Who We Are
We are Tyler & Aubrielle Robinson, and we’d like to tell you about a dream that compelled us, and a few of our friends, to start a non-profit organization we chose to call Never to Forever.
Our mission is to look for and support the needs of those with diseases, disabilities, and struggles that are yet to be helped. Through awareness, education, fundraising and special events, our goal is to offer a means of encouragement and partnership to those who are often overlooked by the larger, mainstream philanthropic community. We want to be part of the solution to their struggles, to impact them in a way that brings hope, because no one should face the unexpected alone. We want the hopeless feeling of “Never” to be replaced with a vision of “Forever.”
It all started with a loss
This past spring, I lost a dear friend to suicide. It was a devastating loss, not just for those who knew Jake, but for everyone who asked themselves, “Could I have done more?”
Unfortunately, that same week, two other young people in our community took their own lives as well. We are not a large community, and while we may be close-knit, there are always people on the fringes. When tragedy strikes, we wonder who around us is struggling in silence.
In response, we at Never to Forever decided to hold a fundraising event with a focus on youth suicide awareness and prevention. With the help of Be the One Today, a community-to-school mentoring program dedicated to helping youth succeed, we are able to share the dreams and stories of the unheard voices of our community.
How We Help
By giving support to those affected by disabilities, diseases, or causes often overlooked, we replace the hopeless feeling of Never with a vision of Forever.
Awareness & Education
What causes such desperation in a young person that makes them conclude that life would be better if they were gone?
Giving is not just about making a donation, it’s about making a Difference.
Small actions + Lots of people = Big change.
BE THE ONE – A fundraising event focused on suicide awareness and prevention and focusing on our youth.