Deb Armitage-Maloney Thankful

Deb Armitage-Maloney Shares What She’s Thankful For

This time of the year usually signifies togetherness, camaraderie, friendship, celebration and reflection.
For many of us it also brings to our attention to isolation, regret, hopelessness, and longing for a better time.
This year there will be less of the good and more of the unpleasant due to COVID.

Yet, there is still so much to be thankful for.  In my world, without my son, I make it a point to always be thankful for the time I had with him, for my friends and family who share that same gratitude because of loving him as I do, and for the foundation that keeps his spirit alive to help other people in his situation and their friends and families so that they may not have to experience the pain and loss we all have here at the Chris Maloney Legacy Foundation.

Thank you to the community and our partnerships with The First Tee of Western New York, Horizons Health Services, and Kids Escaping Drugs for giving us a platform to do what we do.
Happy Holidays!