Your donation will help expand programs to educate young people about the consequences of misusing alcohol and could ultimately save lives.
Jack and Nancy started the John Fontaine, Jr. Charity in 2016 to support the Fontaine Center’s vision of a proactive educational model. The Center is striving to expand its programming on campus, throughout the state of Georgia, and eventually, nationwide. With your support, the Fontaine family can fulfill the vision of becoming a national leader in wellness, prevention, and policy that leads to a narrative shift where high-risk drinking and other substance abuse is no longer a normal or expected part of the college or high school experience.
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Success in Numbers
Did you know the Fontaine Model has already implemented 25 programs, serving more than 2,200 students in high school and middle school?Learn More
Building Specialized Programs
The Fontaine Center understands that tackling the problem is not a one-size-fits-all solution. We work with schools in the community to build programs and curriculum unique to each school, culture, and student population.Learn More
“There is no greater devastation for a parent than losing a child. We started the Fontaine charity as a means to bring awareness and education to the forefront so that no other family has to experience this pain. Your donations will help to fund programs to empower young people to make responsible decisions and avoid a preventable tragedy.”
The John Fontaine, Jr. Charity is saving lives, one decision at a time.
Jack and Nancy Fontaine understand the critical need to support young people choosing not to drink and to reinforce healthy behavior choices. The Fontaine Model focuses on reaching young people before they are faced with the decision to drink, so they understand the consequences of their actions on how one bad decision could be deadly.
Your contribution can help save the life of a young teen like John. Please donate now.