Fundraise for the Movement for Children’s Mental Health
Fundraising gives you the unique opportunity to share what On Our Sleeves means to you. Choose from many ways to start fundraising. And all ages, from kids and older, are welcome to join!
Every dollar makes a difference and every community engagement is priceless.
Whether you’re hosting a virtual event, golf outing, 5K, cookout, or silent auction, there are so many different ways you can join the movement to end stigmas and misconceptions about mental and behavioral health.
Fundraise With Us
Interested in starting an online fundraiser for a celebration, honoring a loved one, or DIY fundraiser as an individual? Click the button below to create your fundraising page!
Become an On Our Sleeves Fundraising Alliance Partner
Learn how your community group, school, youth sports league or other non-profit organization can partner with us to create a fundraiser benefiting On Our Sleeves.
Plan an Event With Us
Are you hosting an event or in-person fundraiser? Get started here with our step-by-step guide on how to plan a fundraising event for the On Our Sleeves Movement!
How Will Your Gift Make an Impact?
Gifts of any size will help us accelerate pediatric mental health research at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, which operates the nation’s largest program for child and adolescent behavioral health, and help us to provide free resources to communities and schools across the nation. In March, 2020, Nationwide Children’s dedicated the Big Lots Behavioral Health Pavilion with the goal of developing a national model for pediatric mental health care and research. Learnings gained from clinicians and scientists at Nationwide Children’s will be freely shared to improve care for children everywhere.
We’re Here to Support You Every Step Of the Way!
Reach out to Morgen or Sophia for any questions or support you may need. We’re honored you chose to join the On Our Sleeves movement and can’t wait to help you get started!
Morgen Spon - Director, On Our Sleeves
Sophia Ruotolo - Assistant Director, On Our Sleeves