Soles Walking 4 Souls

Fentanyl Awareness Walk

Hosted by Forever 17 Danica’s Foundation

Mission Statement

Channeling grief into service, we empower families to understand fentanyl’s hiding places and avoid the agony of losing loved ones to this poisonous drug.

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Photography Services Courtesy of Elizabeth Rey Photo

A special thank you to Bexar County Sheriff, Javier Salazar, and the Bexar County Sheriff’s Department for providing security and manpower at our walk.

Sheriff Salazar is one of our biggest supporters. He and his deputies take the fentanyl crisis in Bexar County seriously and are dedicated to making a difference in the community.

Sheriff Salazar is available to host his fentanyl awareness campaign to help educate the public on the dangers of what this deadly drug can do to you and your loved ones. In partnership with the DEA Email:

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