NonProfit Spotlight | The Tommy Corral Memorial Foundation (TCMF)
The Tommy Corral Memorial Foundation (TCMF), a 501c3 non-profit organization was established by the family of Tomas (Tommy) Corral III, a 19-year-old who lost his battle with depression to suicide. Since the Foundation was established, TCMF has been working in the community to increase education on the factors that lead to suicide, actively developing resources, and providing financial support to help those struggling with mental illness and suicidal thoughts. Our mission is to enhance the mental health of individuals, their families, and their community through awareness, prevention, support, and education.
Xavier Whitford, Executive Director
Xavier Whitford has spent the past eight years devoting her life to helping others who live with mental illness or have been affected by suicide. Sharing her insights and personal story of losing her son, Tommy, to suicide as well as her own journey through depression, anxiety, and PTSD as a result of that great loss. Xavier has taken her pain and turned it into a purpose to cultivate a deeper understanding of the nature of living with mental illness and suicidal thoughts.
Xavier is a wife of a Pastor, a mother of two, and Gigi to a beautiful little princess. She has spoken at many schools, churches, and organizations inspiring and educating groups of all ages to end the stigma surrounding mental illness and the factors that lead to suicide. Xavier helps arm individuals within communities with support, education, and training. Her personal story, tireless commitment, and passion to improve support and education around these topics have made her a powerful advocate for the mental health community.
Your DONATION is appreciated. Funds are used to provide support for individuals in our community needing mental health services and/or education on the factors that lead to suicide for improved mental health.