Your Contribution Matters!

We are lucky to have an extraordinary and generous community of supporters. Your gift of $1 or $10,000 is equally appreciated. Your gift will always be used to help better the lives of someone living with or caring for someone with a mental illness or disorder. Thank you!

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Your gift will go toward our mission and behavioral & mental health support to people who need it most – our youth. We believe early intervention and prevention will save lives.

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WHERE THE MONEY GOES

Eradicating the stigma is the first step toward ensuring treatment and support for the 88 million Americans living with a mental illness or disorder. The monies raised through PROJECT 375 programs and events go directly toward building and sustaining the conversation. Each voice heard and story told inspires the next.

We are so grateful for you and thank you very much for your generous gift and the meaningful impact it has on the mental health community, patients, survivors and their loved ones.

PROJECT 375 has raised over $1.5 MILLION to support innovative initiatives focused on eradicating the stigma surrounding mental illness and disorders. These programs include the work of PROJECT PREVENT’s partnership with Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital to provide early intervention and prevention services within Chicago Public Schools and the Chatterbox fueled by PROJECT PREVENT and Child Mind Institute and MyCounterpane.com/mentalhealth.

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#1MillionWays Challenge

This past May, Brandon and Michi Marshall donated $1 Million to the mental health community in their effort to end stigma, advocate for unprecedented awareness, and connect those suffering to resources. In addition to their generous donation, Brandon and Michi have challenged each and every one of us to come together and match their $1 Million.

Request Brandon & Michi

As someone who’s overcome a mental illness, Brandon is always willing to share his personal journey. Likewise, Michi brings a different perspective with her background in forensic psychology, behavioral health care and as a family member living with a loved one who’s battled with mental illness. Brandon and Michi are available to speak at seminars, events, and conventions to educate, raise awareness, and advocate for the support and treatment of mental illness. Fill out the contact form below to request them for your next engagement.