letter to Coaches ...

DEAR COACHES,
Did you know that practicing gratitude is proven to increase happiness and sports satisfaction, improve team cohesion, reduce stress, and lower levels of burnout?

Citrone33 aims to identify, develop and support methods to deliver mental-wellness
skills that are practical and accessible. We strive to personalize those everyday skillsto speak to the needs of the communities we serve. Each of us, regardless of age, race, gender, or faith, is entitled to mental well-being that is supported and respected by others. By completing the 33 Day Gratitude & Greatness Challenge, your team will be learning how to focus and reflect on their lives off and on the field. From
understanding how to navigate stressful situations, creating healthy habits, reflecting on the small moments of joy in our lives, and learning how to grow through adversity, your students will find that spending a few minutes each day will have a huge impact.

As Coaches, your team will be looking to you for guidance, support, and for a little
push to start the conversation. Spend 5-10 minutes each practice tackling each 33 Day Gratitude & Greatness Challenge; help students to write down their responses,
encourage them to be honest and vulnerable, and share out your own thoughts! Keep it fun and allow the act of practicing gratitude and kindness to mentally prepare your team for a successful practice, championship game, team building activity, or cool
down to recenter themselves after a stressful day on the field. As a team you will all learn that being mentally strong is just as important as being physically strong! Are you ready for the challenge?

GAME ON,

CITRONE
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Letter to Parents ...

DEAR PARENTS & GUARDIANS,

Did you know that practicing gratitude is proven to increase happiness and sports satisfaction, improve team cohesion, reduce stress, and lower levels of burnout?

Citrone33 aims to identify, develop and support methods to deliver mental-wellness
skills that are practical and accessible. We strive to personalize those everyday skills to speak to the needs of the communities we serve. Each of us, regardless of age, race, gender, or faith, is entitled to mental well-being that is supported and respected by others. By completing the 33 Day Gratitude & Greatness Challenge, your students will be learning how to focus and reflect on their lives off and on the field. From
understanding how to navigate stressful situations, creating healthy habits, reflecting on the small moments of joy in our lives, and learning how to grow through adversity, your students will find that spending a few minutes each day will have a huge impact.

While the 33 Day Gratitude & Greatness Challenge will be completed as a team, you don’t have to be a sideline player. We encourage you to ask questions, craft your own responses to the daily questions, practice your own gratitude, and talk with your
children about how they can use Gratitude Skills in their everyday lives to improve their mental well-being. You can request your own copy of The Little Black and Gold Book of Gratitude at citrone33.org.

The “Logan Boulet” Effect Spreads to Pittsburgh ...

The family of the late defenseman, who passed away in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash, hopes to inspire the local hockey community to register as organ donors

Cindy Citrone: Investing in Health and Education for Prosperity ...

From Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Cindy Citrone is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Citrone 33 Foundation. A mother of four children and a cancer survivor, Cindy is focused on expanding access to healthcare and education. Through their foundation, Cindy and her husband, Rob, invest in education, health, and human services programs and examine the needs of communities and their resources. Cindy maintains strong community ties to Pittsburgh through her philanthropy with partner organizations such as the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation, the Pittsburgh Foundation, and the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh. Cindy and her husband are proud minority owners of the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Three Hundred Thirty Seven Saint Vincent College Students Awarded Degrees ...

LATROBE, PA – Three hundred thirty-seven students were awarded bachelor’s or master’s degrees by Saint Vincent College during its 175th spring commencement on Saturday, May 22. Held at Chuck Noll Field, it was the first outdoor commencement ceremony in the College’s history.

Fidelity Charitable® donor Cindy Citrone and daughter Gabriela on charitable giving ...

Fidelity Charitable® donor Cindy Citrone and daughter Gabriela discuss differences in charitable giving between generations of women.

Mental Health and the Next Generation ...

Sometimes referred to as the “anxious generation,” millennials are actually much more likely to talk about mental health than their parents or grandparents. This generation is closer than ever to breaking the stigma around mental illness in a time when only 44 percent of adults—and less than 20 percent of children and adolescents—with diagnosable mental health problems receive the treatment they need. How can we harness this growing power amongst the next generation to implement a better mental health care system and offer viable, non-partisan solutions? What can communities and businesses do to address their populations and provide resources? How do we manage the role of technology in mental illness and what solutions may technology itself offer?

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