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Adam Nemat

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As many of you may have heard, Adam Nemat has been taken from us far too early. Adam was funny, charming and had a heart of gold.

Thanks in part to the amazing example set by his parents Mona and Ali, Adam was a servant to improving not just the community he lived in, but the world. He was part of Unity at Santiago High School which is a group of students that help reduce discrimination and spread acceptance and respect throughout the school. On top of all the work he did in Unity, Adam was also involved in the Thirst Project to help with the global water crisis, has been donating blood and power red to the American Red Cross since he turned 16, and he helped with food drives with his family during Covid.

During the summer of 2023, Adam was fortunate enough to visit South Africa. He was moved by the beauty of the land, but also the extreme poverty of its residents. He returned home and broke down with sheer amount of devastation he saw and was trying to come up with ways to help. He and his family were thinking of doing a Habit for Humanity trip in South Africa.

On top of being a cherished son, a great brother, a dependable friend, and a stellar academic, he was a socioeconomic warrior. He wanted to better the lives of those that weren’t afforded a chance.

The only way to honor Adam is to try to continue the work that he would have undoubtedly done. We ask, if you are able to, to make a donation and that donation will go directly to UNICEF in Adam’s name. Let’s continue giving back to the world.

If you aren’t able to make a monetary donation, do a good deed. Let’s honor Adam by making the world a better place, no matter how big or small.


More information about UNICEF USA: The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) works in over 190 countries to bring nutrition, health, education and more programs to children and families. UNICEF is committed to assisting children globally affected by COVID-19 and is working with health experts to promote facts over fear and bringing trustworthy guidance to parents, caregivers and educators. UNICEF is on the ground working to keep children healthy and learning, protected from sickness and violence, no matter who they are or where they live.


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Erin Kisshauer
Corona, CA
Registered nonprofit
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