Suicide Prevention in Schools

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Suicide is third leading cause of death in 15- to 19-year-olds globally. To protect the mental wellbeing of this school-age demographic, please join us in a five-day crowdfunding campaign. All proceeds will go toward providing a Wisdom&Wellness Package for a local Primary or Secondary Schools in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania

Little by Little is a five-day matching campaign designed to help GlobalGiving partners around the world cultivate a robust network of small-dollar donors. All eligible donations (up to $50) received during the duration of the campaign will be matched at 50%. Offer your support at http://goto.gg/43579

All eligible donations (up to $50) received during the duration of the campaign will be matched at 50%.

Published by Wisdom&Wellness

MENTAL HEALTH & WELLNESS Tap Elderly Women’s Wisdom for Youth (TEWWY) is a mental health stakeholder in Tanzania bridging the intergenerational- and mental health treatment-gap by training retired elderly women in adapting WHO’s mental health Gap Action Program (mhGAP). The grandmotherly figures called Wisdom&Wellness Counselors provide accessible mental health services, support and resources in their underserved communities. Wisdom&Wellness Meditation Garden is a wellness center in the Washington DC Metropolitan Area empowering people with simple self-care practices for holistic health and well-being. We teach yoga; organize nature adventures in local parks; facilitate Wisdom&Wellness Talks, a safe-space for people to share wisdom, connect, gain life-skills as they build community; and the Wisdom&Wellness Collection, our handcrafted line of natural skincare & aromatherapy products. 50% of our Wisdom&Wellness Meditation Garden’s revenue supports the mental health initiatives of our nonprofit partner in Tanzania, TEWWY If you would like to be a part of our Wisdom&Wellness Community, let’s connect.

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