Save lives and bring hope.

Heroes for Healing are a dedicated and passionate group of donors who have the resources to significantly impact the work of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and the community it serves through a personal committment of $5,000 or more. These committed heroes champion our mission to save lives and bring hope and healing to those affected by suicide. 

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"Suicide is a symptom of mental health conditions we need to feel able to talk about with others WITHOUT the feat of being judged. I support AFSP in helping to end the stigma."

Benefits of becoming a Hero of Healing

Through their membership, heroes are able to experience a deeper connection to the work of AFSP by standing with us in building a world free of suicide. Through Heroes for Healing, members are able to:

  • Help fund vital research to better understand and prevent suicide

  • Develop and share educational programs with professionals to assist in suicide prevention and loss healing

  • Provide the community with vital information regarding mental health and suicide prevention

  • Serve as leaders in the promotion of policies and legislation that impact suicide and prevention

  • Provide access to healing programs and resources for survivors of suicide loss

As members, heroes experience a deeper connection to the work of AFSP and receive a variety of benefits:

  • An AFSP welcome package that includes merchandise and education material to keep or share with others to build awareness

  • Bi-annual e-updates on AFSP priorities and activities

  • Invitation to yearly webinar with AFSP CEO and CMO to hear updates and ask questions

  • Inclusion in ad recognizing our Heroes for Healing that will be placed in a publication

  • Individual Donor Spotlight of Heroes for Healing members on social media

  • Listed as Heroes for Healing member in AFSP Annual Report and on AFSP website

  • 30% discount at AFSP store

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If you are interested in learning more about Heroes for Healing, please contact Ashly Alberto at aalberto@afsp.org or 2012.363.3500 x2059.