To Write Love On Her Arms

CELEBRATES SIX YEAR ANNIVERSARY

From Johnny Cash to Coldplay to Jon Foreman, TWLOHA founder Jamie Tworkowski reflects on the surprising birth of the TWLOHA t-shirt.

Watch the video here.

www.TWLOHA.com

To Write Love on Her Arms (TWLOHA) of Melbourne, Florida celebrates their six-year anniversary today. The non-profit movement was recently awarded a $1 million grant from Chase at the first-ever American Giving Awards (AGAs), which aired on NBC. Today, TWLOHA founder Jamie Tworkowski reflects on the surprising birth of the TWLOHA t-shirt, from Johnny Cash to Coldplay to Jon Foreman of Switchfoot, and how the movement began six years ago. Watch the video here: http://bit.ly/H0wn5S.

To Write Love on Her Arms is a non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury and suicide. TWLOHA exists to encourage, inform, inspire and also to invest directly into treatment and recovery. Since its start in 2006, they have donated over $1,000,000 directly into treatment and recovery and have answered over 160,000 emails from over 100 countries.

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To put it simply, it all comes down to a vision…

The vision is that community and hope and help would replace secrets and silence.

The vision is people putting down guns and blades and bottles.

The vision is that we can reduce the suicide rate in America and around the world.

The vision is the possibility that your best days are ahead.

The vision is the possibility that we’re more loved than we’ll ever know.

The vision is hope, and hope is real.

You are not alone, and this is not the end of your story. For more on To Write Love on Her Arms, please visit: www.TWLOHA.com.

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