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Breanna Ching’s award-winning film about a journey to recovery
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“Every dollar raised is one dollar we didn’t have before.” Our team accepts every donation with sincere gratitude that individuals like you want to support a passionate team like us. Your donation means we can host more events, promote awareness, and continue our commitment to breaking down stigma about mental illness and addictions. These donations help make our dream a reality. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
- Fri., Sep. 10Link to be sent for live stream!Sep. 10, 7:00 p.m.Link to be sent for live stream!Through raw, candid, powerful, and brutally honest recount of one girl's journey through mental illness and how it affected those around her, this film is a must-watch to understand mental illness and...of course - HOPE. No one is too far gone to heal. This documentary is proof!
- Fri., Sep. 10Live-stream link to be sent!
- Mon., Jan. 18Raising Up Warriors 4.0 - our comeback!
- Wed., Sep. 30Private YouTube LinkSep. 30, 2020, 7:00 p.m.Private YouTube LinkAs a finalist at the New York City film festival last year, and receiving multiple rounds of applause and a standing ovation at the end, Breanna's first film was a massive success! Here is your chance to view her second film - which is NOT publicly available, making it exclusive content.
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“Breanna candidly writes about mental health and wellness.”
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Do The Thing. Do it today.
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From personally designed prints and greeting cards to stickers and magnets, our mental health awareness shop has something for everyone! Every penny generously given to the shop goes directly to Raising Up Warriors.