Elizabeth (Liz) Loranzo
Liz had battled addiction through a rehab program in the summer of 2015 and was in recovery for 19 months when she relapsed and died from heroin laced fentanyl during a bout with depression. She leaves behind her finance Kyle and her then 9-month-old son Carson. Liz was a loving, warm, beautiful and funny young woman who was a very talented beautician who loved making her clients feel special and beautiful on the inside and out.
In the wake of Liz's untimely death, her family started the I Care Foundation for Elizabeth (Liz) Loranzo, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing a voice for addicts and addiction; educating parents and loved ones; help for those battling depression, anxiety, domestic abuse and alcoholism; and is committed to saving lives. The Foundation promotes Compassion, Advocacy, Recovery and Education (CARE).
Partners for Hope raise critical funds on behalf Partnership to End Addiction – the nation’s leading organization dedicated to addiction prevention, treatment and recovery. Every dollar raised on behalf of the Partnership* will help ensure free, personalized family support resources, including our national helpline, peer-to-peer parent coaching, customized online tools and community education programs, can reach those who need them most. Please consider donating to this fundraiser and sharing this page.
*Donations made to Partnership to End Addiction are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. All contributions are fully tax-deductible, as no goods or services are provided in consideration in whole, or in part, of any contribution to this nonprofit organization. EIN: 52-1736502