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I’ve had the privilege of working with the On Our Sleeves program for the last several months. It has evidence-based resources to help kids cope during this challenging time, provided by the experts at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.

If you have the means to do so I encourage you to help make a difference in the mental health of a child as part of the On Our Sleeves support program for only $15 a month. Similar to a monthly box or book club the amount is deducted each month automatically so you don’t have to think about it.

What is monthly giving?

  • The program consists of donors who setup a recurring monthly donation to On Our Sleeves at a minimum of $15 per month.
  • After the second month’s donation is received, participants receive a t-shirt as a thank you gift. (It is SUPER comfortable.)

What does the money do? What is the impact?

  • Helps provide free educational resources for children’s mental health to every community in America.
  • Allows the experts at Nationwide Children’s to create evidence-based content, activities, and educational tools.
  • Helps fund the distribution of those tools to parents and teachers across the U.S.

You can find out all about the On Our Sleeves program, the great work of Nationwide Children’s and more at OnOurSleeves.org.

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