Elevation Society is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that focuses on reducing suicide, bullying and depression by uniting humans to collectively solve issues and showing every individual their life is worth fighting for.
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WE ARE DEDICATED TO SHOWING EVERY INDIVIDUAL THEIR LIFE IS WORTH FIGHTING FOR.
WHAT WE DO:
There are amazing nonprofits that are working to end suicide in various ways. Today, we have suicide hotlines, and other resources that provide help to those who are dealing with suicidal thoughts. However, the problem remains that people are not always aware of the resources available and what makes it worse is the negative stigma prevents people from seeking help or even talking to others. Elevation Society wants to advocate and educate, while also working to stop the issue at the root. The following three activities/programs focus on eliminating the feeling of hopelessness while showing individuals their value and helping people see they are not alone.
Through speaking opportunities and original unique content, Elevation Society works to educate and increase awareness on suicide prevention. There are strands of influence from personal experiences, and research that help people understand:
They are not alone.
What the available resources are.
What we can do as a society to help end suicides.
Elevation Society curates unique, fun events that focus on creating safe spaces and showing people their life matters. Previous events involved painting in the park, bonfires, teaching Krav Maga, meditation, round table talks and about 26 other unique events. Yet all of them have helped build communities, support systems and fostered real meaningful conversations allowing people to see they are not alone.
Elevation Society provides content, challenges and reminders that empower individuals to take control of their own life. The community unites warriors and inspires readers to never give up. There are weekly research infused post that share innovative mindful positive thinking techniques. The community is also a place where those who are on a mission to end suicides can learn more about what can be done.