Tag Archives: suicide Prevention

Join Accidental Bear Fundraising & Walking for Suicide Prevention | May 21, 2016 “Out of the Darkness”

Join Accidental Bear Fundraising & Walking for Suicide Prevention | May 21, 2016 “Out of the Darkness”

Please support me as I take an amazing journey. I am putting together an Accidental Bear Team to walk and fundraise (Join Our Team) for this important event.  The Out of the Darkness Overnight Experience is an 16-18 mile walk over the course of one night. Net proceeds benefit the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention,

Manhunt Gets On Board as Official Sponsor of the A.B. Queer Music Tour Benefitting LGBTQ Mental Health & Suicide Prevention Services!

    Everybody stand up and give Manhunt,  the world’s best place for guys to meet, now serving millions of men in dozens of countries and languages, a standing ovation for stepping up to the plate, to become an official sponsor of Accidental Bear Queer Music Summer Tour Benefit For LGBTQ Mental Health Services & Suicide Prevention.

SF Companies, Blade + Blue and Accidental Bear, Team Up to Benefit LGBTQ Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Services

Local San Francisco break out company of the year, Blade + Blue Clothing, has joined forces with Accidental Bear Website to help raise funds and bring awareness to LGBTQ Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Services. The vehicle that has made this possible is this  summer’s A.B. Queer Music Benefit Tour For LGBTQ Mental Health Services. 5 exciting bands

KICKSTARTER: A.B. Announces Summer Queer Music Tour Benefitting LGBTQ Mental Health Services

Press Release July/August 2013: Photo borrowed from Boston Public Library  HELP KICKSTART AND FUND HERE   A.B. Queer Music Tour Summer 2013: Creating a Platform for LGBTQ Talent and Bringing Awareness to Mental Health Issues and Suicide Prevention. Founder, Mike Enders of the hugely popular website, Accidental Bear, has announced that he and his team will be

National Suicide Prevention Week Sept 4 – 10: The Trevor Project “Talk To Me,” Campaign

During National Suicide Prevention Week, join Kevin McHale and The Trevor Project for “Talk To Me,” a campaign for conversation. Visit our website to learn how you can participate. And remember: If you or someone you know ever needs help, please call The Trevor Lifeline at 866-488-7386. It’s free, confidential and available 24/7. Or visit http://www.TheTrevorProject.org.

SF Giants Step Up to the Plate and Release their ‘It Gets Better’ Video

I feel like a proud papa. With all the racial and hateful slurs being thrown around these days within the sports arena, it’s nice to be able to take a deep breath and take in some positive energy from an unlikely source. The Giants have joined the “It Gets Better Project” to inspire hope for