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5k on the 4th | Charity 5k by Cedar Cliff Cross Country Club | July 4th, 2019 | 8AM – 10AM, New Cumberland Borough Park, 200 Front Street New Cumberland, PA 17070
Harrisburg Out of the Darkness Walk | Saturday September 7th 2019 | 11AM – 1PM, City Island Harrisburg
Join Team Please Live as we walk in unity and support of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. For the 8th year in a row, Please Live is putting together a team to march on City Island for this fundraiser that benefits the important work of AFSP. Learn how to join our Harrisburg team as well as how to purchase a Please Live Team Tshirt here.
Carlisle Out of the Darkness Walk | Saturday September 21st 2019 | 4PM – 7PM, Carlisle Fairgrounds
Join Team Please Live as we walk in unity and support of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Please Live is putting together a team to march at the Carlisle Fairgrounds for this fundraiser that benefits the important work of AFSP. Learn how to join our Harrisburg team as well as how to purchase a Please Live Team Tshirt here.
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There are so many ways to support Please Live – whether through volunteering, promoting our cause, or partnering with us – but the easiest way to support us is financially. Make a one-time donation, or join our Support Squad with a monthly pledge to help us fight suicide and empower young people in our community. Click here!
Mental Health First Aid Training | Mental Wellness Awareness Association
Did you know you are more likely to encounter someone in a mental health crisis than in any medical crisis? This valuable training teaches you the skills to assess and intervene in a variety of mental health situations. Click here to visit our partners at the Mental Wellness Awareness Association for upcoming training events.
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