#TOGETHERAPART : MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT FOR THE HOLIDAYS

ARE YOU IN?

We're on a mission to help people worldwide connect to mental health support & resources!

HOW YOUR DONATION HELPS

Your donation helps people worldwide connect to support and resources for improving mental health.

Do Good Bus is a Los Angeles based non-profit, bringing people together to support charitable causes. 

 The donations from this campaign will help 501C3 Non-Profit, Do Good Bus, continue their philanthropic efforts in the new year. 

20% will pay for the administrative costs of running this campaign including press, advertising and expanding our team.

RESOURCES TO SHARE

SOCIAL GRAPHICS

SHARE ONE (OR MORE) OF THE GRAPHICS BELOW ON FACEBOOK, INSTAGRAM OR TWITTER !

INFO GRAPHICS

SHARE ONE (OR MORE) OF THE GRAPHICS BELOW ON FACEBOOK OR TWITTER !

REMEMBER TO: 
#1 Tag Do Good Bus | #2 Tag Mentally Fit | #3 Use the #TogetherApart Hashtag!

DOWNLOAD THE RESOURCE GUIDE

DOWNLOAD THE RESOURCE GUIDE

Download the #TOGETHERAPART Resource Guide and share the resources with anyone you know who would benefit from having them. We all need a little extra support this year!

GET SUPPORT

JOIN THE FREE SUPPORT COMMUNITY

Connect with a community of people who care about you; tune in to live talks with mental health professionals; and get support for anything you need help with.

RSVP FOR THE LIVE EVENT DECEMBER 30TH 2020!

Reserve your ticket to the LIVE event on December 30th!
** UPDATE: THIS EVENT ALREADY HAPPENED! **

#TogetherApart mission is to increase mental health awareness and provide widespread access to resources and support for those in need.

LIVE TALKS ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH: This charity event will feature Dr. Kate Balestrieri (@drkatebalestrieri) as she interviews a special celebrity guest about mental health. Special guest to be announced very soon.

FREE THERAPY: This year has been hard on many people, so at the end of the event our team is giving TWO attendees One Year of Weekly Therapy Sessions.

EVENT SCHEDULE:

5PM (PST) - Doors open (on Zoom) with our host Jacob Lawrence from iMakeWorkFun

5:15PM (PST) - Dr. Kate Balestrieri and special guest speaker

6:00PM (PST) - Closing remarks, announce winners!

WHO STARTED THIS CAMPAIGN?

This campaign is organized by Do Good Bus, a 501C3 Non-Profit, in partnership with Mentally Fit, a Mental Health Technology Company--both based in Los Angeles, CA (serving people worldwide!)

MENTALLY FIT AND DO GOOD BUS SHARE THE SAME MISSION: 
TO IMPROVE MENTAL WELLBEING THROUGH CONNECTION.

Over the past few years, the two organizations have been able to reach people worldwide through events, email outreach and other organic marketing. However, as 2020 has thrown curveball after curveball, the need for resources and support for mental health has reached an all time high.

ABOUT DO GOOD BUS

Do Good Bus is a transformation bus moving in the direction of good.

They are bringing awareness to organizations most in need and connecting people with each other and new communities. 

Due to the pandemic, the bus is parked, but they continue to be a virtual vehicle of change.

ABOUT MENTALLY FIT

Mentally Fit is a technology company on a mission to bridge the gap in access to support and resources for improving mental health. 

With over 100,000+ members in their online support groups, they are breaking the stigma around mental health and connecting people to the resources they need to thrive.


SOURCES

(1)Holt-Lunstad, Julianne. “The potential public health relevance of social isolation and loneliness: Prevalence, epidemiology, and risk factors.” Public Policy & Aging Report 27.4 (2017): 127-130.

(2) Holt-Lunstad, J., Smith, T.B., Baker, M., Harris, T. and Stephenson, D., 2015. Loneliness and social isolation as risk factors for mortality: a meta-analytic review. Perspectives on psychological science, 10(2), pp.227-237

(3) Valtorta, N.K., Kanaan, M., Gilbody, S., Ronzi, S. and Hanratty, B., 2016. Loneliness and social isolation as risk factors for coronary heart disease and stroke: systematic review and meta-analysis of longitudinal observational studies. Heart, 102(13), pp.1009-1016.

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