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Katrina Tagget Memorial Foundation
 

The Katrina Tagget Memorial Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to support mental health awareness and suicide prevention programs among teens and young adults.  The Katrina Tagget Memorial Foundation was established by Sara, David and Blake Tagget after the death of their daughter and sister, Katrina "Kara", a senior at Michigan State University (MSU) majoring in Public Administration and Public Policy, who died by suicide on September 20, 2008. 

The mission of the Katrina Tagget Memorial Foundation is to keep Katrina "Kara's" spirit alive by giving to others and to stop the shame, stigma, and silence of suicide and mental illness.  Katrina was a loving daughter and sister, caring friend, and a passionate and dedicated student who found time to give to others.  Katrina's memory will be rekindled through the Katrina Tagget Fellowship at Michigan State University, a fully endowed scholarship awarded annually to an academically successful student with learning disabilities and community service experience. The Katrina Tagget Memorial Foundation supports established programs that promote awareness, advocacy, education, and support for family members and friends of those who have mental illness and those who have suffered loss due to suicide.

 

Note: The Katrina Tagget Fellowship is not funded by the Katrina Tagget Memorial Foundation. Click here to donate online to the scholarship.



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The Katrina Tagget Memorial Foundation is a 501c3  tax exempt foundation.  Donations made are tax deductible. Tax ID 26-4545775.