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Join us in celebrating life with our 2nd Annual Nobody Fights Alone Virtual Challenge. We want to invite you to help us celebrate Caroline Bishop's life, as well as, all those who have lost their life to suicide. We want to unite as a community to remind everyone that they are not fighting alone.
Caroline lit up the room with her dimples, laugh, and contagious love for life. On June 11, 2016 we lost her suddenly to suicide. Her memory continues to live on and we want you to celebrate with us by grabbing your friends, family, and colleagues and joining our challenge. The money we raise will continue to help bring mental health awareness, resources, and prevention to our community.
1) Sign Up
2) Plan a time to walk, run, bike, swim (or any activity) during the weeks of June 12-26th
3) Grab your friends and family and have a blast
4) Take pictures and use the hashtag #thecarolineproject
Mental illness impacts 1 in 4 adults and 1 in 5 youth. With the current issues in our nation we will likely see those numbers grow. The Caroline Project is a fundraiser of Bow and Arrow Center of Hope. The money raised will continue towards our mission of offering education and community awareness for mental health and suicide prevention.
The registration fee includes a t-shirt. The fee for the challenge and race is $29 in memory of Caroline’s 29th birthday on June 25th.
Please note Participants who register after June 4th may not receive a t-shirt. Final t-shirt orders will he placed June 4th.
We also want to remind you that there is hope. If you or someone you love is suffering please reach out for help. If you are in crisis contact The Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or 911.
Thank you for all your support.
Krissi and Lucia
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