Michael Kerrigone, of Salem, Oregon and Rebecca Miles, of New York City, share their experiences with Someone To Tell It To and the effect that it has played in their lives and relationship. We invite you to watch and listen to their story.

Watch Terri Roberts, author of Forgiven: The Amish School Shooting, a Mother’s Love, and a Story of Remarkable Grace, give a moving testimony at our 4th annual fundraising event about her son’s actions, her anguished reaction, and living with a stage four cancer diagnosis.

Co-founder Michael Gingerich’s family is the subject of a short film produced by two first-year medical students at the Penn State College of Medicine. Focusing on life with his son Matthew, who lives with severe intellectual disabilities and autism, this film, entitled – “It’s a Wonderful World” – features excerpts from Someone To Tell It To: Sharing Life’s Journey. This is the second film in five years that students in Humanities classes at the Penn State College of Medicine have produced about Matthew and the impact his life has had on his family.

Matthew’s disabilities and the unconditional love, grace and compassion it infused in Michael have been a major catalyst in Michael’s involvement in the creation of Someone To Tell It To.

Jill Horner speaks with Michael Gingrich, Co-founder, Someone To Tell It To about the organization’s mission to provide free or low-cost counseling and a safe environment to share one’s concerns.