A non-profit organization created out of love to advocate for mental health intervention and to nurture an inspirational legacy through community involvement and support.
Beloved daughter, sister, fiancé, aunt, niece, cousin, and friend, Megan Elizabeth Garbach was a ray of sunshine in every life that she touched. Selfless, loving, giving, faithful, free-spirited, loyal, creative, silly, witty and "champion of the underdog" – these are some of the words that best describe Meg. She found joy in the simple things life had to offer and cherished her relationship with nature. Meg had a smile that could light up any room. Truly, her smile mirrors her soul.
For 2019, the MEG’s Gift Board of Directors announced that the primary beneficiary of its fundraising will be the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP). Funds will be used to support many programs including Soul Shop for faith leaders, Suicide Bereavement Clinician Training, national speakers for schools such as Hakeem Rahim, SafeSide training for medical professionals, free "Talk Saves Lives" community programs, and many more!