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TCP Mulligan Coalition is a family-operated non-profit founded by Matthew Prizzi in 2018 following the loss of his brother Timmy to opioid addiction. Less than a year after Timmy's death, Casey—the youngest brother of the three—died by suicide following his mental health struggles.

“Though no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand new ending”
—Marcus Aurelius

Meet Timmy

Timmy’s life is a tale of two stories—the first half, innocence; the last half, tragedy. On August 11th, 2017, Timmy passed away following his long, difficult battle with addiction. Despite the many heartbreaking years leading up to his passing, Timmy remained a funny, gentle giant through it all. As a kid—complete with crossed eyes and coke bottle glasses—Timmy was sweet, silly, and super sensitive. A competitive athlete, Timmy loved football and baseball or spending the summer nights playing jailbreak along Saddle Drive. His love for his family was evident, with many fond memories during our yearly Halloween adventures and CRAZY family gatherings. While we take solace in the fact that Timmy is now at peace, his absence from our lives is profound and will remain a catalyst for our mission to bring awareness and support in the fight against the opioid epidemic.

At TCP Mulligan Coalition we believe that everyone deserves a second chance.

Meet Casey

On September 6, 2018, our world was once again shattered when we received the devastating news that Casey tragically chose to end his own life. While it seemed that Casey had successfully conquered his own inner demons from previous years, we were heartbroken to learn they ultimately prevailed, taking him away from us as a result. But we choose to remember Casey for the goofy, adventurous spirit he had—and for the love he brought into our lives. Fascinated by anything weather-related, Casey nurtured dreams of becoming a storm chaser or meteorologist from a young age. He found joy in the roaring engines of cars and boats, often attending car shows with his Dad as a kid. Always excited to take a trip somewhere new, Casey traveled throughout Europe with friends and swam with dolphins on cruise trips with his Mom. Our hearts will forever carry the weight of sorrow, knowing that Casey found the pain of his then circumstances too difficult to navigate towards a brighter tomorrow. A son, brother, uncle, grandson, nephew, cousin, and friend—his memory lives on in all our hearts.

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Thank you for supporting our mission to bring change, awareness, and impact for those struggling with addiction and mental health.
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