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SRVIVRS Speak, nonprofit, loss of loved one


SRVIVRS strengthens communities by sharing our message of connection, empathy, and service that is invaluable in any group or setting.

SRVIVRS Speak Program

Our speakers will come to speak at schools, businesses, organizations, or churches. We share our message of connection, empathy, and service that is invaluable in any group or setting! Though technology is a blessing and is here to stay, we need to bring awareness of our potential habits that may be keeping us from developing meaningful connections. We don't want to "lose" any more of our loved ones as screen/social media addictions, depression, anxiety, and suicide numbers are on the rise. 

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SRVIVRS Speakers

Stacy Nehring SRVIVRS Co-founder and spokesperson

Stacy Nehring

Stacy has seen first hand, the life changing effects of doing good in the midst of trial, and has made it her life’s work to empower others through service.

She is the CEO of the non-profit Live Like Lilli, which empowers youth through service with the mission of See Good Do Good Share Good. She has headed the Look UP! Ad Campaign with the goal of getting youth to think about their phone usage, and living life outside the screen. With the theme of “Look Up Life Exists Beyond your Phone.” She has also headed a city wide Day of Kindness which empowers youth to be kind and serve, with a corporate sponsor that pays per act of kindness. Their kindness dollars go towards a non-profit of their choice. To date there has been over $27,000 kindness dollars donated into the community. Another initiative is the Dance Scholarships that provides youth with the opportunity to dance at a local dance studio.

She has had multiple opportunities to speak to the youth about service minded living, including Middle school assemblies, a Regional Student Counsel Leadership Conference and at Highschool classrooms.

She is the mother of six children and considers them her most important life’s work. They love to spend time outside in the Black Hills hiking, and swimming. Stacy loves to exercise, including running with her husband. She has run multiple half marathons and two marathons. She also loves to be in the kitchen baking cakes and trying new recipes.

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Joshua Nehring

Joshua experienced much grief associated with the loss of close family members during his formative years and now as father (his oldest daughter Lilli died at age 13). As a result he has come to realize good decisions are preceded by good information; Empowering individuals to see their potential for good in the face of grief is his passion. Graduating with a bachelor’s degree in Marriage Family Human Development provided a solid foundation for understanding how important it is to stay connected to individuals, families, and communities during times of crisis. 


He has found, as a co-founder of Lilli Foundation and SRVIVRS (service oriented non-profit organizations) as well as Look Up Ad and Day of Kindness initiatives, that his life motto of "See Good, Do Good, Share Good" places people appropriately on the road to hope, healing, and happiness.


He is a late stage endurance athlete with the goal of completing 50 marathons before he turns 50. At 45, he has completed 26 so far; Twelve of these included ultra-marathon distances. In 2021 he logged distances running and biking to fund the Look Up Ad Billboard Campaign; Running over 2040 miles in 2021. During 2022 he embarked on a journey to Move In Memory for an individual every day of 2022, he ended up Moving In Memory of over 300 people and it changed his life and laid the foundation unknowingly for SRVIVRS Black Pearl Project. This will involve running to every U.S. capitol building in a continuous route starting June 3rd 2024 and planning to finish June 2025; Along the way, he and his family will be meeting with people who have lost loved ones, raising awareness of SRVIVRS mission (in hopes of starting future SRVIVRS Chapters & SRVIVRS Series Endurance Events), and speaking to communities about the power for good service provides.


He is a periodontist of over 10 years. Currently he is a partner at Dakota Regional Periodontics in Rapid City, South Dakota.

SRVIVRS Speak, grief support nonprofit
Often small acts of service are all that is required to lift and bless another.

– Thomas S. Monson
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