Mental health advocacy & suicide prevention
The Kim Foundation serves as a supportive resource and compassionate voice for lives touched by mental illness and suicide.Get involved
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Engaging our community
The Kim Foundation’s community engagement initiatives increase awareness and break down stigma around mental health and suicide.
We provide booths and lead presentations for events, schools, workplaces and organizations.
The Metro Area Local Outreach to Suicide Survivors (LOSS) Team provides immediate support to survivors of suicide loss, offering resources, comfort and hope to newly bereaved family or friends.
Our More Tomorrows campaign teaches our community about suicide warning signs, how to start the conversation and where to find help.
Whether you’re concerned about a loved one or are interested in learning about mental health and suicide prevention, these educational resources share information about warning signs, best practices and where to turn for help. The Kim Foundation can also provide educational presentations to groups and support for suicide loss survivors.
Support our work
There are big and small ways to get involved with The Kim Foundation. We appreciate any level of support you can give.
Your donation helps The Kim Foundation share resources, advocate for mental health and prevent suicides in our community.
Passionate about mental health advocacy and suicide prevention? We’d love to have you join our volunteer group. Our opportunities accommodate a range of skills and time commitments.
We host several educational events throughout the year, including an annual fundraiser, a youth summit and school mental health conferences.
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