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Miguel Garibay, AFSP - Chicago IL Tax Preparer

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National Society Of Tax Professionals

Looking to find the best rated tax preparer in Chicago IL?

Miguel Garibay, AFSP is a local tax preparer and Owner at Mg Tax Service LLC located in Chicago IL. As one of the best tax preparers within the Chicago IL area, Miguel Garibay, AFSP provides personalized tax preparation services including Business Start-Ups, Consulting Services, General Taxation, Individual Taxation, ITIN Services, prepares simple and complicated form 1040, can respond to any IRS notices you may receive and will answer your tax questions. Miguel Garibay, AFSP has individual and business tax clients from diversified industries and professions located in the Chicago IL area. Miguel Garibay, AFSP has individual and business tax clients located in communities throughout Illinois including Chicago, Berwyn, Cicero, Northbrook, Skokie.

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Services Provided

  • Business Start-Ups
  • Consulting Services
  • General Taxation
  • Individual Taxation
  • ITIN Services

Languages Serviced

Cities Serviced

  • Chicago
  • Berwyn
  • Cicero
  • Northbrook
  • Skokie
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AFSP Illinois

The work we do focuses on eliminating the loss of life from suicide by: delivering innovative prevention programs, educating the public, and reaching out to those who have lost someone to suicide.

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About the AFSP Illinois Chapter

The grassroots work we do focuses on eliminating the loss of life from suicide by: delivering innovative prevention programs, educating the public about risk factors and warning signs, raising funds for suicide research and programs, and reaching out to those individuals who have lost someone to suicide.

As a part of AFSP’s growing nationwide network of chapters, we bring together people from all backgrounds who want to prevent suicide in our communities. Families and friends who have lost someone to suicide, vulnerable individuals, mental health professionals, clergy, educators, students, community/business leaders, and many others energize our chapter.

Resources

Bring Education to Your Community

Order FREE suicide prevention materials

Request a Speaker to Present AFSP Programs

Conversations of Courage: a caregiver-guided activity journal for the child of suicide loss

Get Involved!

Out of the Darkness Chicagoland Walk - walk, volunteer, sponsor or donate!

Community Walks

Race AFSP

Volunteer

Click here for other ways to be involved!

Supporting AFSP allows the organization to continue its important work to help save lives and bring hope to those affected by suicide. AFSP focuses on support, advocacy, research and education initiatives to raise awareness about suicide prevention.

Chapter contact:

Courtney Collins
Regional Director, IL and MO
[email protected]
(312) 802-9714

Upcoming events


  • November 20

    International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day - Chicago, Illinois (IL)

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  • November 20

    International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day - Williamsville, Illinois (IL)

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  • November 20

    International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day - Batavia, Illinois (IL)

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  • November 20

    International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day - Lansing, Illinois (IL)

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  • November 20

    International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day - Belleville, Illinois (IL)

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  • November 20

    International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day - Crystal Lake, Illinois (IL)

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  • November 20

    International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day - Westmont, Illinois (IL)

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  • November 20

    International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day - American Sign Language (ASL) Only Virtual Event

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  • November 21

    International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day - Illinois (IL) Statewide Virtual Event

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  • Looking for even more? See all AFSP virtual programs across the country

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Featured Programs

Learn about suicide prevention research

Thanks to our donors, we are the largest private funder of suicide prevention research

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Become an advocate for suicide prevention

By signing up as an AFSP Field Advocate, you will become a vital part of a large grassroots movement of people across the U.S. who are speaking out for suicide prevention and mental health policies at all levels of government.

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An introduction to firearms and suicide prevention

There is promising evidence that providing suicide prevention training for those who influence a specific community can reduce the suicide risk for that community.

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Chapter updates and stories

Sours: https://afsp.org/chapter/illinois/
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AFSP

Established in 1987, AFSPis a voluntary health organization that gives those affected by suicide a nationwide community empowered by research, education and advocacy to take action against this leading cause of death.

Savills completes relocation for suicide charity

Traffic accidents account for the leading cause of death in four of the states, which serves to position these deaths as suspect to suicidal activity as denoted by suicide researchers and reporting agencies (AFSP, 2015a).

English Learners and the Risks of Suicide

The NSSF has partnered with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) to work together on a first-of-its-kind national suicide prevention plan.

NSSF takes aim at suicide prevention

Learn more at afsp.org, suicide preventionlifeline.org and nami.org.

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WICHITA -- The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) will be hosting its fifth annual Out of the Darkness Community Walk on Saturday, Sept.

Raising money to end suicide

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Support the Chicagoland Walk

Help save lives and bring hope to those affected by suicide

October 2, 2021


The Out of the Darkness Chicagoland Walk is the largest suicide prevention walk in the country benefiting the Illinois Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP). This special event provides community, connection, healing, and hope for survivors of suicide loss and those with lived experience.

We know it has been a difficult year with the pandemic, but we are cautiously optimistic that we can bring people together again for an in-person walk. Additionally, we will have a virtual component for those that may not be ready for an in-person event. The health and safety of our participants, staff, and volunteers will be our top priorities as we work with local authorities to make decisions about event details.

Every dollar you raise through the Chicagoland Walk allows AFSP to invest in life-saving research, education, advocacy, and support for those impacted by suicide.

Sours: https://afsp.chicagowalk.org/themix

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Sunday, October 7, 2012

About AFSP

It is estimated that nearly 1 million Americans attempt suicide and more than 32,000 die by suicide every year. The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) is the leading not-for-profit organization dedicated to funding suicide prevention research, education and awareness programs as well as programs to support survivors of suicide. For more information please visit www.afsp.org.

AFSP Marathon Team

The Bank of America Chicago Marathon in October 2012 will be the 3rd year AFSP has a charity team running! We are excited at your interest and look forward to running those miles with you! Please know that every ounce of dedication, fundraising and community exposure helps to create new opportunities to educate our community on the taboo subject of suicide. As always, we run/walk to raise awareness and support.

What you get as an AFSP Marathon Team member:

As a marathon team member, all AFSP runners will receive update email newsletters of training goals and latest news as we gear up toward October 2012. Additionally, you will receive a team t-shirt, group dinner the night before the marathon and team memorabilia. More details to come!

Join the Out of the Darkness Marathon Team

Step 1

Register for the Bank of America Chicago Marathon

Go to www.chicagomarathon.com
  • The marathon registration fee is $150 for every runner ($175 for international contestants)
  • On the Participant Information page when registering, under the box titled: “Running for a Charitable Cause?” go to the second drop down menu under the section that says “I have already contacted an affiliated charity and am raising money for” and select “American Foundation for Suicide Prevention”
  • AFSP volunteers do not need to register on the marathon site
  • NOTE: You will need your confirmation number when you register for the AFSP team

Step 2

Register as an AFSP team member

Go to the Out of the Darknesssite and register
  • This link lets you register for the Chicago Out of the Darkness walk in order to have your own donation page with credit card support plus the ability to receive a gift from AFSP depending on your fundraising level. You don’t need to join the walk on September 24th, but are welcome to do so.
  • The AFSP team registration cost is $50 for every runner
  • Volunteers are also needed. Registered volunteers will receive a commemorative shirt and be invited to all events
  • Each AFSP Marathon Team member commits to fundraising a minimum of $500
  • Create your own profile with your information, which you will use for the fundraising goal

Step 3

Get Ready

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AFSP is partnering with Chicago Area Runners Association (CARA) for this event with a discounted training program fee. If you wish to be a part of the CARA training program fill out the form and return it directly to CARA. For more information on CARA visit www.cararuns.org.

If you wish to train on your own, we encourage you to consult with your doctor and prepare by getting proper shoes. Additionally, see what other local running clubs are available as we see running groups as encouragement and accountability while training! Also, you may find Hal Higdon's marathon training plans helpful.


Step 4

Fundraise and Stay Involved

  • Register for the various email lists in the upper left corner of this page.
  • We will be having events to help you raise money but start now and keep after people.
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