Non Profit Organization
NIDA (National Institute on Drug Abuse)
6001 Executive Blvd, N. Bethesda, Maryland
United State, 20814
Dear Director, Nora D. Volkow:
The Drug Free America Foundation, organization is a nonprofit agency; founded in 1976, it is the drug prevention and policy organization committed to developing, sustaining the sustainable community, the national and international law and regulations on drug abuse, with the vision of improvement are promoted by us. It is our responsibility to create an environment, which free of drugs and people should be healthier so they can, contributes towards national development. We are committed to developing, promoting and sustain global strategies, to assist the …show more content…
We are using some promoting and effective tactics in our new project, which can change the people mind and make the societies peaceful. We are also arranging some raising awareness sessions for youth in universities and communities, so they can learn from campaigns. Psychological assistants and social work will also help youth to discuss their problems or if they are facing any societal consequences of drug abuse or addiction. We are designing some new prevention strategies for local people, who educate about the disasters country and communities can face due to drug addiction. There should be commitment to funds for drug prevention efforts, for long-term.
All community services need the cooperation; they agree that drug abuse in youth is the societal issues that are ruining the development. We have estimated that the cost for this fist year project will be $25,000, of which $10,000 will be provided by the cooperating agencies. We want you to do maximum contribute with us, and consider our proposal for reminder, as it is for the betterment or improvement of the societies and will result in national development. We will try to proof that our services are effective, and through our performance, we would qualify next