Orange Ribbons for Jaime Videos

Creating a Legacy

Creating a Legacy

Creating a Legacy

Our wish for us would be to have Jaime present. A Wish For Jaime is to create a legacy where we can honor her memory by supporting organizations and causes that were meaningful to her in her life. Please support in any way you can. No contribution is too small.

#OrangeRibbonsForJaime #ForeverJaime
Jaime’s Love For Dance

Jaime’s Love For Dance

Jaime’s Love For Dance

In honor of National Dance Day, ORFJ is featuring one of Jaime’s greatest passions, being a dancer. Jaime’s love for dance is why we partner with organizations like Jacob’s Pillow. Please show your support by making a contribution so we may continue Jaime’s legacy.

#OrangeRibbonsForJaime #ForeverJaime
A Father’s Thoughts

A Father’s Thoughts

A Father’s Thoughts

A father’s thoughts on what would have been his daughter’s 16th Birthday. Hear why Fred does what he does and why he needs your support.

#OrangeRibbonsForJaime #ForeverJaime

A Wish For Jaime

A Wish For Jaime

A Wish For Jaime

Thank you to everyone who contributed to “A Wish For Jaime” GoFundMe campaign, in honor of what would have been Jaime’s 16th Birthday.

Without the generous support of individuals like yourself, we would not be able to carry on with our mission and continue to honor Jaime’s legacy.

We are close to reaching our goal, but not quite there yet! We still need your help. We are asking you to share our campaign with your family, friends, and colleagues. And perhaps, you might even consider donating again!

Together there’s nothing we can’t do! Remember, “Dreams and dedication are a powerful combination.”

#OrangeRibbonsForJaime #ForeverJaime
First Person: Fred Guttenberg – A Dad’s Mission After Parkland

First Person: Fred Guttenberg – A Dad’s Mission After Parkland

First Person: Fred Guttenberg – A Dad’s Mission After Parkland

Fred Guttenberg never planned on leading a public life. He didn’t envision himself giving interviews on national news programs or announcing legislation on Capitol Hill. “I was not a politically involved person before February 14th,” Fred said. But that day in 2018, his 14-year-old daughter Jaime was one of 17 people killed by a gunman at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Fred is now devoting his life to urgently advocating for stricter gun control and public safety laws. A native of Long Island, Fred says his Jewish upbringing instilled in him a commitment to family, service, and standing up for others. Matt Gutman, an ABC News Chief National Correspondent joined Fred on May 23, 2019 at the Center for Jewish History for a conversation on about speaking out, fighting back, and challenging elected officials to do more.

What is Jaime’s Law?

What is Jaime’s Law?

Fred Guttenberg, the father of Parkland victim Jaime Guttenberg, is introducing “Jaime’s Law” aimed at curbing gun violence through a new type of background check. He joins Stephanie Ruhle and Ali Velshi live to break it down.

Parkland: 1 Year Later

Parkland: 1 Year Later

A look back, one year after the Stoneman Douglas Shooting in Parkland, FL. How a tragic event ignited a national movement for political change.

This piece aired on UMTV Newsvision on February 14, 2019. umtv.miami.edu

Fred Guttenberg Bloomberg Speech

Fred Guttenberg Bloomberg Speech

Fred Guttenberg, the father of Parkland victim Jaime Guttenberg, is introducing “Jaime’s Law” aimed at curbing gun violence through a new type of background check. He joins Stephanie Ruhle and Ali Velshi live to break it down.

Parkland Father Fred Guttenberg Wants to Take On the NRA

Parkland Father Fred Guttenberg Wants to Take On the NRA

From The Circus | Showtime

Alex Wagner sits down with Fred Guttenberg, who’s daughter, Jaime, was one of the victims of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. They discuss Fred’s desires to take on the NRA and make gun rights one of the top voting issues in the next election.

Parkland Father Fred Guttenberg On Trump’s SCOTUS Pick Brett Kavanaugh

Brett Kavanaugh turned his back on Fred Guttenberg, the father of a Parkland victim.

“My daughter would expect me to do what I’m doing right now and with her on my shoulder, I have no choice. I know this is what she would expect of her dad,” he stated.

Guttenberg approached Kavanaugh for a handshake, but he refused.

“I walk up to where the senators are sitting in that table and I see Judge Kavanaugh is in the process of getting up. I reach out to shake his hand,” he stated. “And I said nothing more than, ‘Hello, Judge Kavanaugh. My name is Fred Guttenberg. I am the father of Jaime Guttenberg who was murdered in Parkland.’ As soon as I got to the ‘murdered in Parkland’ part, he does a real quick turn to start walking away.”

Guttenberg says that Kavanaugh had his chance to show he cares about the victims of gun violence as much as he does about gun purveyors — but he didn’t. He also said that important gun-reform cases might be compromised if Kavanaugh becomes a justice.

“The kid who killed my daughter — every red flag existed, and yet the law was not able to prevent him from buying a weapon,” he said. “We need to do more, without restricting the Second Amendment to protect the rights of everyone else who simply wants to be safe.”

 

Original Article

For those who did not get to attend the amazing Parkland Heals event last week put on by Jon Faber, here is the speech that I gave. Toby, thank you for recording and for sending.

Posted by Fred Guttenberg on Thursday, June 7, 2018

Parkland Heals Speech May 31, 2018

Father Fred Guttenberg Speaks About His Daughter Killed in the Florida School Shooting

"In the morning, sometimes things get so crazy. She runs out, behind, and she's like 'I gotta go dad, bye,' and I don't always get to say 'I love you.' I don't remember if I said that to Jaime yesterday morning."Fred Guttenberg, the father of victim Jaime Guttenberg, was emotional as he spoke at a vigil for those killed in Wednesday's school shooting in Parkland, Florida. http://fxn.ws/2EGIzB8

Posted by Fox News on Thursday, February 15, 2018

Parkland Vigil Speech February 15, 2018