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10 Ways to Advocate for Children's Mental Health
Advocating for children's mental health is something everyone can do! Not sure how to get started? Check out many ways you can raise your voice for children's mental health. No action is too small!
Meet Our Champions
On Our Sleeves has inspired others to advocate for children's mental health. Meet some of our advocates who wear their mental health on their sleeves.
Ashley Eckstein is an actress, author and entrepreneur. Ashley is also the Founder of Her Universe - the groundbreaking fangirl fashion company and lifestyle brand. Ashley shares her personal mental health story and frequently shares On Our Sleeves on her “Mental Health Mondays” to her legion of fans online.
Christina and Ryan Day
Mental health is deeply meaningful for Christina and Ryan Day. They have been impacted, like so many others, by the loss of a family member to suicide. As a result they are passionate advocates for supporting families, researching new treatments and developing prevention strategies.
For years, the Harlem Globetrotters have been championing issues that impact children and families. Now they are extending that commitment through support of children’s mental health – one of the most challenging issues facing youth today.
Support Our Mission
Thank you for choosing to support On Our Sleeves! Gifts of any size help us create free mental health resources for every community across America and accelerate the creation of pediatric mental health research that will be freely shared to improve care for children everywhere.
Here are a few ways you can support children's mental health.
Fundraise With On Our Sleeves
Children’s mental health is an often overlooked and vastly underfunded component of pediatric health and research. Join the movement by fundraising for children's mental health with On Our Sleeves.
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!
Support the movement for children's mental health by purchasing On Our Sleeves branded items that support mental and behavioral health research and educational resources.