Did you know that the number one auto-fill when you type 'school makes me' in Google, is 'depressed'? Or that 1 in 9 students attempt suicide before high school graduation and that 40% of those are before entering high school?
iFred is creating a curriculum to teach hope to students. Support iFred in this effort by donating to our causes campaign. Visit our website at www.ifred.org/schoolsforhope to learn more or volunteer to get involved to help us Teach Hope!
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The number one auto fill in Google when you search 'school makes me' is 'depressed'. But the good news is that Hope is teachable! iFred is creating a research based curriculum and the tools teachers need to teach this curriculum, in order to support students in schools so that no one ever feels so desperate that they take their own life. Support iFred teaching Hope and show your value…
People often say 'sunflowers don't treat depression'. While true (although gardening does have a positive impact on the brain), it is not the ultimate goal of our sunflower campaign. Our desired end result is to get all nonprofits around the world using ONE SYMBOL to collectively speak for the 350 million around the world with depression. This symbol, the sunflowers, allows nonprofits to merge…
Honor the 350 million with depression worldwide and "Pledge to Plant" for our 2013 Field for Hope sunflower campaign. This initiative is the largest-scale, international effort in history focused directly on raising awareness and funds for depression research and education. Last year, this campaign successfully led to the planting of sunflowers in fields across Liberia, Kenya, Nepal, Germany,…
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