An Evening of Hope
Towards the end of January, Hope For The Day took part in an event at Parkland High School in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. High school students, parents, and teachers assembled to learn more about mental health and how they could help break the stigmas surrounding mental health.
Save the Date!
The fifth annual pop-up art show to support our proactive suicide prevention programs. Admission is free! RSVP NOW
This is a mental health conference and acoustic show that is free and open to the public. There will be a variety of speakers on topics such as anxiety, addiction, depression, self-harm, suicide, and more. Come on out and learn with us!
Hope For The Day’s second annual Humboldt Mile, presented by Dark Matter Coffee and 3RUN2 Running Club, is a USATF certified, chip-timed one mile race that will take place on May 20, 2017 in Humboldt Park. REGISTER NOW
We See You Fam!
Check out the folks who share our message!
Along with our usual sharing of photos from people who spread our message of hope, we are sharing some pictures from the Diversities Anti-Bullying, Suicide Awareness Show that was held March 19th at the Beat Kitchen in Chicago. Performances by The Rise Of The Broken, Embracer, Counter Theory, and The Fox & The Hounds rocked the crowd, sharing the message of hope. Our differences are what makes us strong.
Here's the Counter Theory performing their set.
Hey! Who's that? That's the Rise of the Broken.