This n That Spotlight: Stop the Madness


DeJuan Jordan, President and CEO of Stop the Madness National, Inc., stopped by News Channel 9's This n That to overview Stop the Madness and their annual fundraiser.

Stop the Madness supports local youth with free school-based, after-school and summer programs that have touched more than 10,000 lives over the last 25 years.

Find out more about Stop the Madness and how you can get involved here

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