Andrew Kissman Memorial Fund
We lost our wonderful son, brother and friend Andrew “Drew”. He left us too soon and will be missed. He was 28 years old. We have now raised enough funds so that all ongoing support will be donated to drug addiction education and support in his name. Thank you.+ Read More
It's hard to believe that it has been a year since we lost Andrew. Thank you for all your kind words, prayers and support. We miss you an love you Andrew.
Andrew's quilt was displayed for the first time last night at an Angels In Motion Blessing Bag party. As you may remember, volunteers from AIM help anyone who has lost a loved one from an overdose or as a result of substance use disorder, to have their loved one represented in an AIM Memorial Quilt Panel. They have 5 quilts now. That's 50 names. AIM is changing the way those suffering with the disease of addiction are treated, one life at a time. They go to the streets of Kensington and hand out snack 'blessing bags,' PB&J sandwiches, clothing and toiletries. Each blessing bag contains an AIM resource pamphlet with information and phone numbers to call when seeking medical help, shelter, detox/ treatment etc. We donated food and clothing in Andrew's name to help the cause. Thank you.
Philadelphia area family and friends who couldn’t attend our son, Andrew ‘Drew’ Kissman’s funeral mass are invited to join us for a memorial service on Tuesday, June 26th at 7:30 pm at Christ the King Catholic Church in Northeast Philadelphia, 3252 Chesterfield Road, Philadelphia, PA 19114.