Nine years ago we said goodbye to my baby brother, Joshua. Confident, smart, handsome, gregarious, kind... the list goes on. This year in his memory, I'd like to raise money to benefit the Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation, and any donation will help make an impact. Each year, an average of 5 people a day commit suicide in Ohio. 78% of those are men. If you knew Josh or have lost a loved one to suicide, please consider making a donation and sharing the link to this fundraiser.
Thanks in advance for your contribution to this cause that means so much to me.
More information about Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation: OSPF is an Ohio 501C3 using the Public Health model to prevent suicides. OSPF provides trainings, resources, and support in suicide to organizations & communities throughout the state. OSPF supports grassroots suicide prevention through county-based suicide prevention coalitions & Local Outreach of Suicide Survivor (LOSS) Teams. Coalitions provide local prevention programming & LOSS Teams provide follow-up outreach to survivors of suicide loss. OSPF seeks to be Ohio's voice in suicide prevention.
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