Thanks from TWLOHA

This past week I received this lovely e-mail from TWLOHA, and wanted to pass on their thanks:

Hi Si –

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To Write Love On Her Arms

Hope this message finds you well.  My name is Bryan, I am the Director of Corporate and College Partnerships at TWLOHA.

I am so incredibly moved by your fundraising efforts and donations made to TWLOHA through some of our very active college supporters.

I organized the conference that you helped send 3 Boston College students to, and I can’t begin to tell you how much the weekend moved and inspired them to continue making a difference on behalf of TWLOHA in their own campus communities.  You can check out a recap of the conference by clicking here.

Sam Brown, the student from Eastern Florida State College, who received the $500 donation as part of our National Suicide Prevention Week Campaign was very moved.  Thank you for contributing to the campaign as well.  All proceeds are being invested directly into treatment and recovery programs as well as providing scholarships for those that cannot afford counseling.

You can read all about the campaign titled, No One Else Can Play Your part, here.

I’d love to know how you first heard of us and what moved you to get involved.

Thank you again for all the incredible support and your generosity. You’ve helped change many lives.

With Hope,


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