Happening This Weekend: “Out of the Darkness Suicide Prevention” Walk
This Saturday April 19th, at the Southeast campus of Tarrant county college students and supporters will gather around for a great cause. The Area Gay Straight Alliance has put together a campus wide event to honor loved ones and promoter further discussion and research on suicide prevention. According to The Out of The Darkness official website “In the United States, a person dies by suicide every 13.7 minutes, claiming more than 38,000 lives each year. It is estimated that an attempt is made every minute, with close to one million people attempting suicide annually. Suicide is the fourth leading cause of death in the U.S. among adults 18-65, the second leading cause of death among teens and young adults, and individuals ages 65 and older account for 16 percent of all suicide deaths. This is a public health issue that does not discriminate by age, gender, ethnicity, or socio-economic status. Walk to save lives, find an event near you and register today“
Out of the Darkness Campus Walk
Get Involved! Walk to Save Lives.
Tarrant County College SE Campus and SE Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) has partnered with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention to host an “Out of the Darkness Campus Walk!”
Visit www.outofthedarkness.org click on “Campus Walks” then “Find an Event Near Your” to register for this event.
Event to be held at the Southeast Campus Walking trail on the South side of the circle drive by the modular building.
This race will also feature prizes such as raffles for Raising Canes gift baskets and 5 pairs of shades from Bhanashades, JuJuBee autographed pictures and Sailor moon signed posters with more to be announced onsite
TCC Southeast “Out of the Darkness Volunteers”