A Celebration of Life is a movement focused on inspiring hope, while also remembering lives that have been lost to suicide. The evening creates special moments and appreciation for life.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. On Tuesday, May 14, we join together at the inaugural A Celebration of Life: Boston. Funds raised from this event will support Minding Your Mind’s mental health education programs.
I just got my ticket for @MindingYourMind A Celebration of Life: Boston! Join me for a fun night out on 5/14 to support #mentalhealth education and #suicideprevention training. #ACOLB #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth #MYM
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A Celebration of Life NYC, Founder
The Harrison Family
A Celebration of Life began in 2011 to honor the memory of Kyle Craig, a 21-year-old student at Vanderbilt University who took his life in May of 2010. Kyle was a dynamic friend to many; a bright, handsome, and gifted individual across music and athletics, but whose strength of character enabled his growing struggles to be hidden from view.
In the seven years since it began in Nashville, this annual event has expanded to New York, Philadelphia, and now Boston, engaging more than 3,000 young professionals in the service of suicide prevention and mental health awareness.
A Celebration of Life: Boston 2019 Committee
Chairperson: Catelin McCarriston
Karen Canata Boydston
Minding Your Mind’s primary objective is to provide mental health education to adolescents, teens and young adults, their parents, teachers and school administrators. Our goal is to reduce the stigma and destructive behaviors often associated with mental health issues. Treatment is available, yet only 3 out of 10 individuals needing help actually seek help. Minding Your Mind Programs move away from crisis-based response to prevention through education.