[Video] Quarantunes - Fundraising Event for Mental Health & Suicide Prevention
Quarantunes is a fundraising event for Start Day One, a non-profit foundation for mental health and suicide prevention, where we will be broadcasting live to raise money and help people during the quarantine with help from musical artists!
We're going to show a live display throughout the entire event that will present our generous donors and our fundraising progress in real-time!
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
8:00 PM EST - Start Day One Intro
8:10 PM EST - Scott Elk
8:20 PM EST - Drew Daniels
8:30 PM EST - Frank Simonelli
8:40 PM EST - David Bakey
850 PM EST - Joey Harkum
ABOUT START DAY ONE
Our mission is to help people change their perspective from dreaming of “one day” to start living “day one”.
Most organizations have a reactive approach where they WAIT until you have suicidal tendencies. We believe in a more proactive approach to helping people by reaching out BEFORE they get mental issues or suicidal tendencies.
Ricardo J. Zulueta, Jr., co-founder of Start Day One, lost his brother to suicide. He learned from that experience that people don’t get suicidal tendencies simply because of bad situations; it's their perspectives.
We believe that true suicide prevention requires a more proactive approach by interacting and inspiring people before they begin complaining, abusing drugs or alcohol, or being suicidal. We need to change people’s perspectives.
By changing their perspectives to make a decision to be more accountable for their happiness, people's mentality is less likely to evolve into mental issues.
Most places only invite public motivational speakers or counselors to their venue AFTER someone has already committed suicide. This doesn't make any sense. We should be doing this BEFORE suicidal tendencies occur.
We raise funds to send speakers to different venues like schools, military bases, rehab centers, or events to inspire people and change their perspective to maintain a healthier mindset. We also capture and produce inspirational content to spread awareness about our approach to suicide prevention.
With your help, organizations won't have any financial excuse to accept public speakers and we will be able to reach out to people before they begin to have mental issues or suicidal tendencies.
This episode was made possible by Start Day One, a non-profit foundation for mental health and suicide prevention, which has a different approach to helping people by proactively reaching out instead of reactively waiting for mental health issues or suicidal tendencies.
Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but with your help, we can inspire people to start day one and make a new ending.