High-five, Olympia!

People often say “it takes a village” to raise children. But I think this expression can be used for other tough challenges, too, especially for a subject like suicide prevention.

It’s not easy to achieve anything when you don’t have a “village” of support; family, friends or co-workers.  I’ve spent the last three years dwelling in the cute, funky little town of Olympia, Washington. This is where I began my work in suicide prevention and awareness.

Olympia is made up of some really great people that are eager to take up a worthy cause, which makes it a community that really pulls together to make positive changes happen. Thanks to the people of Olympia, I feel like we’ve made a difference – together.

Thank you to these organizations for supporting this cause with me. Your support has helped save lives and provided comfort to survivors of suicide loss.

If you are ever visit one of these organizations, or meet someone associated with them, please give them a high-five to acknowledge their support.

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  1. Go Olympia!

    And go Erin! You have so inspired me these past three years. To think it’s just the beginning!

      • Erin
      • January 21, 2013
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      Thank YOU, Oly Farmstead 🙂

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