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Posted on: June 26, 2020

[ARCHIVED] REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN - 14th Annual Ray of Hope Walk

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September 12, 2020

The 14th Annual  Ray of Hope Walk is virtual this year.

Those who register will receive a link to attend the virtual event on Zoom, order t-shirts, and have the option to participate in the online auction. 

Register HERE.

Survivors Event 10:00-10:45. If you have lost a loved one to suicide, or just wish to listen in, please join us on Zoom for a discussion led by Sam Lonich. All who register for the walk will also have the option to take part in the survivor’s event by joining the Zoom meeting at 10:00. Prior to the event all who register will receive a link to join the Zoom webinar, which will begin at 10:00 and continue until the walk ceremony is complete.

The Walk Ceremony will begin at 11:00 and will include reading the names of those lost to suicide. If you wish to have a name or names read, you will be given an opportunity to submit that information as you register.

Online Auction
Stories of Hope
Tribute to Lost Loved Ones

The Annual Walk is held to increase awareness of suicide as a national public health problem and to prevent future suicides through community education and outreach. All proceeds from this annual event go towards the Westmoreland County Suicide Awareness and Prevention Task Force to provide educational programming, purchase materials, and support Mental Health America’s Survivors Group, LOSS. 

Beyond the clouds, life still shines.

For additional information, please contact Rachel CunninghamRay of Hope Coordinator.. 

Ray of Hope Walk Flyer
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