Episode #13A The Point Foundaton and Brett

Hello Everyone:

Today is a great show with the interview with Brett and he talks about The Point Foundation. Hear his amazing story and how he has achieved some much in such a short time.

This great organization goal is working closely with respected gay-sensitive national and regional organizations, as well as student groups, counselors and Internet outreach, TPF identifies and selects Point Scholars based on social, emotional and financial need, scholastic aptitude and leadership potential. We pay particular attention to those students who have lost the financial and social support of their families and/or communities as a result of revealing their sexual orientation or gender identity. Point Scholars are those who are physically, intellectually and morally capable of leadership within their chosen fields, and who have demonstrated involvement in the LGBT community.

You can become one of those donors, and help reclaim the self worth of young people facing overwhelming societal odds.

Read more about The Point Foundation and Brett and the other scholars! Make a donation and help more GLBT students get a new start on life!

Episode 13 – Part 1

5 Responses to “Episode #13A The Point Foundaton and Brett”

  1. jake Says:

    I found the show quite interesting. I’vd known about Point for some time but this was my first chance to acutally hear from someone who has benefited from it.

  2. RambleRedhead Says:


    Thanks for your response! I have let Brett and the people at The Point Foundation know about your response. I hope to have other scholars on the show soon!

    Ramble Redhead

  3. Anonymous Says:

    I thought it was awesome, He was very articulate and gave me a good general Idea of the Organization as well as what he had to go though which is Similar to mine

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  4. Autumn Says:

    This is a great interview – Brett is a very smart guy and I am glad he is doing better now. Good luck Brett!

  5. (F)reddy Says:

    Ahhhh, to be young and pretty and smart again. I’ve been each at various times in my life, but none at the same time.

    I’m thrilled he talked so candidly about his suicide attempts (and failures). I hope kids feeling “trapped” or otherwise hear this and see that things DO GET BETTER and that suicide is not the only way out of a painful/difficult situation.

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