Opportunities for Volunteers
We love our volunteers! Our volunteers play a key role in delivering our message that suicide is preventable and help and hope is available. By choosing to volunteer with The Center for Suicide Awareness, you will be doing your part in making a difference by helping in educating the community about suicide prevention and reducing the stigma of mental health and suicide. Our current volunteer opportunities are listed below:
If you have other ideas or ways you think you can help The Center for Suicide Awareness accomplish our mission, please contact us.
- Helping with an event in your area or being at our exhibit booth.
- Helping with an educational event
- Helping with light office duties
- Spreading the word through social media and other outlets
- Being part of our creative group and coming up with positive messages
Get Involved & Suggested Activities
If you are looking for a way to support The Center for Suicide Awareness and our mission, please look at the suggested opportunities.
Create a Mental Health Awareness Day
Work with your school, organization, or faith-based organization to offer a resource fair. The Center for Suicide Awareness can provide materials for your event.
Organize a Poster Campaign
Do you know the warning signs of suicide? Create materials that share the signs and also with writing messages of encouragement to those who might be struggling.
Host a Fundraiser
Whatever event will work to raise both awareness around mental health and suicide prevention and raise funds.
We have had meat raffles, to jean days, and are open to your creative ideas!
Organize a Social Media Campaign
Everyone uses social media!! Create an engaging campaign in how to have conversations about mental health and suicide prevention. Breaking the stigma!
Purchase Mental Health Resources or Donate Them to Another
We have a wide variety of suicide prevention materials that include wallet cards, brochures, posters, booklets, and more.
Design a T-Shirt, Sticker, or Button Campaign
We love creative people and their ideas! Design a t-shirt, sticker, or button that supports mental well being and suicide prevention.
Organize a charity stream
Video games are not just a one-person thing anymore. They are used for social gatherings, competition, and talking to likeminded people all over the world! In fact, The Center for Suicide Awareness has been going to PAX (Penny Arcade Expo) to be featured in their Diversity Lounge! Gaming is inclusive, and so are we.
Create a Suicide Prevention and Awareness Day
Dedicate a day to knowing the warning signs of suicide and what to do to prevent suicide. Host a training or workshop.