On July 18th, 2015, Clay Soper accidentally died from the combination of prescription drugs mixed with alcohol. He was 19 (almost 20) - a thriving college student - home for the summer. No one saw it coming - no one thought Clay was in any danger that night. He and his friends made a bad decision that is common within party culture today. What he and his friends “DIDN’T” know ended with Clay’s tragic death.
“If They Had Known” is a 35 minute documentary program that focuses on today’s party culture and the risks of recreationally mixing prescriptions drugs with alcohol. It is an honest and emotional account of what happened that night spoken by the friends who were with him. It is truthful and alarming and has proven to connect
with students in a modern way.
We are super excited that Cummings Foundation has included CSMF in their $100K for 100 Program! This will enable us to reach thousands of students in Massachusetts with our Documentary Program.
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