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ALCOHOL SUBSTITUTE RESEARCH CENTER

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Raised by 1 person in 26 days
Donate to ’’Toys R us’’ for your kids to keep smiling and donate to ‘’Alcohol Substitute’’ for your kids to keep their parents safe!

Two major campaigns are running now on Go Fund Me ‘Save Toys ‘R’ Us’ and “Donate to Alcohol Substitute’’

Do you now that every 15 minutes someone in the United States is killed or seriously injured in an alcohol relating incident?

Think twice before drinking as the consequences could be disastrous for your kids and family members.

When a Child Loses a Parent?
But what happens when a child loses one or both parents before reaching adulthood?  Along with the inevitable problems dealing with grief and loss, can being deprived of a parent at an early age affect the kind of intimate relationships children form after becoming adults? 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l2rYkU7T0DA 


1. Your child will have experienced trauma.

2. Your child will not have a sense of permanency.

3. Your child will not have an idea of what to do with free time.

4. Your child has learned great survival skills, but not great family skills.

5. Your child has learned that he or she can only depend on him- or herself.

6. Your child may have suffered abuse of some kind.

7. Your child may have suffered extreme neglect.

You can be a part of this historic movement to # https://www.gofundme.com/alcoholresearchcenter  by donating today!  Your donation will help to ensure that ‘’people can stay away from liquors”

The deadline for reaching the $10 million goal is Dec 31, 2018. The funds collected through this campaign would be used in the formulation of a bid to acquire some building facilities and equipment This is not a charitable donation, and certain donor disclosures apply. 

PLEASE READ BEFORE DONATING: Be advised that this is not a donation to a charitable cause, and there is no tax deduction available. It is a donation to a potential commercial venture. The funds raised would be added to other capital being gathered by the potential purchasers of some or all Alcohol Substitute. A donation to this campaign doesn't qualify you to claim equity in any potential acquisition; it simply means you want future generations to keep away from liquor. 

Therefore, before donating, please note that there is no guarantee that the offer to purchase this building facility as described above will be made or accepted. You are donating “at your own risk.” If your donation is not used to achieve the purchase of Alcohol Substitute in some form, it will be returned to you.
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HOW TO DONATE:

The maximum donation we can accept online through GoFundMe is $50,000. Donations of more than $50,000 will be accepted via wire transfer.

Wire Transfer


To send a wire transfer (minimum $5,000), please contact info@alcoholsubstitute.com using "# https://www.gofundme.com/alcoholresearchcenter " as the exact email subject line.

To donate less than $5,000, please click the red Donate Now button above to donate online. # https://www.gofundme.com/alcoholresearchcenter

Donating online by clicking the Donate Now button is the easiest way for you to support this campaign. Please note that GoFundMe has a 3% platform fee for online donations. 

* In lieu of charging a platform fee, GoFundMe relies on voluntary tips from donors to help with the costs associated with providing trust & safety protections, customer support, and innovative social fundraising features.

* Standard payment processing applies to credit and debit card transactions.





https://alcoholsubstitute.com/

 


ALCOHOL SUBSTITUTE RAISING 10 MILLION TO OPEN A STATE OF THE ART RESEARCH CENTER


ALCOHOL SUBSTITUTE RAISING THROUGH GOFUNDME.COM 10 MILLION TO OPEN STATE OF THE ART RESEARCH CENTER TO STUDY A CURE FOR ALCOHOLISM 


ALCOHOL SUBSTITUTE is establishing a program for Alcohol Research Center. This Alcohol Research Center Program complements and is interrelated with all other research support mechanisms and scientific activities that investigate the causes, diagnosis, treatment, control, prevention, and consequences of alcohol abuse and alcoholism.

The Alcohol Substitute Alcohol Research Centers will provide long-term support (typically 5 years) for interdisciplinary research that focuses on particular aspects of alcohol abuse, alcoholism, or other related problems. This program will encourage outstanding scientists from many disciplines to provide a full range of expertise, approaches, and advanced technologies for developing knowledge in these areas. A primary goal of Alcohol Substitute research Center is to become, through excellence in scientific research, a significant regional or national research resource. In addition, Alcohol Substitute Center will afford research training opportunities for individuals from various disciplines and professions.


 

https://www.gofundme.com/alcoholresearchcenter

 

ALCOHOL IS A DRUG – ALCOHOL KILLS

 

https://www.dhhs.nh.gov/dcbcs/bdas/prevention.htm

https://www.cdc.gov/features/costsofdrinking/index.html

Excessive Drinking is Draining the U.S. Economy
The cost of excessive alcohol use in the U.S. rose to almost a quarter trillion dollars in 2010. Implementing effective community-based interventions can reduce excessive drinking and its costs.

Excessive alcohol use is known to kill about 88,000 people in the United States each year, but a CDC study suggests it is also a drain on the American economy, mostly due to losses in workplace productivity.

Overview of study findings
Total costs
The cost of excessive alcohol use in the United States reached $249 billion in 2010, or about $2.05 per drink. Most (77%) of these costs were due to binge drinking. Binge drinking is defined as drinking four or more alcoholic beverages per occasion for women or five or more drinks per occasion for men. Further, 2 of every 5 dollars were paid by federal, state, and local governments, demonstrating that we are all paying for excessive alcohol use.



State costs
Excessive alcohol use cost states and the District of Columbia (D.C.) a median of $3.5 billion in 2010, ranging from $488 million in North Dakota to $35 billion in California. D.C. had the highest cost per person ($1,526, compared to the $807 national average), and New Mexico had the highest cost per drink ($2.77, compared to the $2.05 national average).

Cost Breakout
The researchers found that the cost of this dangerous behavior impacts many aspects of the drinker’s life and the lives of those around them. However, most of the costs resulted from losses in workplace productivity (72% of the total cost), health care expenses for treating problems caused by excessive drinking (11% of total), law enforcement and other criminal justice expenses (10%), and losses from motor vehicle crashes related to excessive alcohol use (5%).

These estimates update two previous CDC studies that found excessive drinking cost the U.S. $223.5 billion and cost states and D.C. a median of $2.9 billion in 2006. The researchers believe that the study still underestimates the cost of excessive drinking because information on alcohol is often underreported or unavailable, and the study did not include other costs, such as pain and suffering due to alcohol-related injuries and diseases.

 

 

Every day, almost 29 people in the United States die in alcohol-impaired vehicle crashes—that's one person every 50 minutes in 2016. Drunk-driving fatalities have fallen by a third in the last three decades; however, drunk-driving crashes claim more than 10,000 lives per year. In 2010, the most recent year for which cost data is available, these deaths and damages contributed to a cost of $44B per year

 

https://www.nhtsa.gov/risky-driving/drunk-driving

 

https://www.gofundme.com/alcoholresearchcenter


Alcohol Substitute raising funds with GoFundMe to find a cure against alcoholism

 


This GoFundMe campaign is spearheaded by Richard Simmons and various investor associates such as Sylvie Grattagliano who is the CEO of one of the world’s leading privately held beverages company and husband Reynald Grattagliano’s the inventor of the W.A.R.M Molecule or ‘’Alcohol Replacement Molecule’’, both of them are devoted finding a cure or a treatment to cure alcoholism.


You can be a part of this historic movement to # https://www.gofundme.com/alcoholresearchcenter by donating today!  Your donation will help to ensure that ‘’people can stay away from liquors” and create American employee jobs.

The deadline for reaching the $10 million goal is Dec 31, 2018. The funds collected through this campaign would be used in the formulation of a bid to acquire some building facilities and equipment This is not a charitable donation, and certain donor disclosures apply. 

PLEASE READ BEFORE DONATING: Be advised that this is not a donation to a charitable cause, and there is no tax deduction available. It is a donation to a potential commercial venture. The funds raised would be added to other capital being gathered by the potential purchasers of some or all Alcohol Substitute. A donation to this campaign doesn't qualify you to claim equity in any potential acquisition; it simply means you want future generations to keep away from liquor. 

Therefore, before donating, please note that there is no guarantee that the offer to purchase this building facility as described above will be made or accepted. You are donating “at your own risk.” If your donation is not used to achieve the purchase of Alcohol Substitute in some form, it will be returned to you.
.

HOW TO DONATE:

The maximum donation we can accept online through GoFundMe is $50,000. Donations of more than $50,000 will be accepted via wire transfer.

Wire Transfer


To send a wire transfer (minimum $5,000), "# https://www.gofundme.com/alcoholresearchcenter" as the exact email subject line.

To donate less than $5,000, please click the red Donate Now button above to donate online. # https://www.gofundme.com/alcoholresearchcenter

Donating online by clicking the Donate Now button is the easiest way for you to support this campaign. Please note that GoFundMe has a 3% platform fee for online donations. 

* In lieu of charging a platform fee, GoFundMe relies on voluntary tips from donors to help with the costs associated with providing trust & safety protections, customer support, and innovative social fundraising features.

* Standard payment processing applies to credit and debit card transactions.

https://alcoholsubstitute.com/

USE OF FUNDS

The funds will be used to purchase a new building and land in Laredo for $1.3 million,  the balance of the funds will be used  to purchase laboratory equipment such as Chromatograph, computers, lasers, UV,  evaporator , lab cabinets, chairs, clean room, air sterilizers ,etc.... The lab will occupy 10,000 square feet and will be on 2 floors. Part of the funds will go to the salary of the scientists taking care of the project, there are 4 scientist so far that are ready to work non stop on this project , each one will be paid 100 K / year. The lab is going to figure out how the molecule of the alcohol is affecting the neurons and create the addiction. Once this discovery  is solved we will work on a replacement molecule which will be non-addictive and safe .  $10 Million will give us enough funds for 5 years of research, we believe that we will find the molecule mechanism in the first 2 years and that we will find a cure accordingly. We may need more funds along the line. 

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