Please mark your calendar and join us for these important events.
Monday, March 16 at 7 pm in the Franciscan Center
Markus McFolling, CEO and Founder of Reach1, is a former professional football player turned business owner with a passion to share his story with the world. From Seaside, California, Markus pursued his dreams of playing football until a career-ending injury led to a battle with opioid addiction. After many years and being fully delivered from addiction, he now has a passion to share his story in hopes that lives will be transformed.
Markus has since launched a youth movement called Reach1 — an acronym that stands for Reconciling Every Abandoned Child Home. He has many years of experience working with troubled youth and men in Ohio and, with Reach1, has become an influential public speaker traveling throughout the country to share his message of hope in schools, churches, conferences and detox centers where he focuses heavily on perseverance and value. He also specializes in covering topics including identity, purpose, and anti-bullying.
Markus views his experience with addiction as a tool that will only further his work, and he desires to give back to those in need of support throughout their personal journeys and to inspire youth to realize their worth and purpose from a young age. Markus currently resides in Canton, Ohio with his wife Chelsea and their two daughters, Averie and Dakota.
Sexual Assault Awareness Week
Monday, April 20 from 11 am to 1 pm
- Photo booth
- Sign ONE2GETHER pledge
- Sexual Assault Awareness Week kick off.
- It’s wear Teal Day!
Tuesday, April 21 from 1 to 5:30 pm
- World Café with Informed U
Wednesday, April 22 at 2 and 6 pm
- Baseball double header
- Mustache the Stands for Mustache Consent.
- Need transportation? Catch the Lourdes Gray Wolves bus at the Den.
Thursday, April 23 at 8:45 pm
- Movie – Hunting Ground
Friday April 24 at 3 pm on mid campus near the Ebeid Rec Center
- Walk a Mile in Her Shoes
For more information on the Lourdes University ONE2GETHER: Gray Wolves United Campus Violence Prevention Program, contact Charlotte Powell at firstname.lastname@example.org or 419-517-8983