The painful experience of losing of a loved one: Adam S. Kutner helps through donation to Adam’s Place
Attorney Adam S. Kutner donated $1,800 to Adam’s Place, the local peer support group setting for children, teens and families experiencing the loss of a loved one. The funds benefit the nonprofit organization’s in-school grief support program, which brings professional grief and coping services to students at school for youth unable to access services on-site at Adam’s Place.
“We’re so appreciative of Adam Kutner’s recognition of the need and importance of counseling, grief and coping programs for children, teens and families experiencing a loss,” said Kelly Thomas-Boyers, Adam’s Place founder. “Grief is a normal part of loss, but it’s how you talk about it and cope and deal with it, that can make the difference. Adam Kutner’s donation helps make access to counseling programs easier and helps us bridge that gap.”
The Adam’s Place donation is part of Kutner’s ongoing efforts to support and make a difference in the Southern Nevada community where he and his staff live. The creation of Adam Kutner Cares spotlights Kutner’s support of numerous local charities and inspires others to get involved.
“I’m pleased to help Adam’s Place continue its wonderful work for children, teens and families and to commend the devoted Adam’s Place team for a decade of service helping people through some of their darkest times,” said Kutner.
The Kutner check presentation to Adam’s Place was made during the nonprofit’s recent Vintage and Vines 10th Anniversary celebration at Red Rock Country Club.