Live Stream Suicide Prevention Event, September 2022 | Donation Call Launched

A mental health charity has issued a call for donations and sponsors to support its upcoming live-streamed suicide prevention event.

The latest launch from Live LIVE Suicide Prevention brings together leading mental health experts, support agencies, and celebrity endorsers to raise awareness and funding to tackle the stigma that still surrounds the global problem of suicide. The company has released details of its sponsorship packages and how interested parties can get involved.

More details can be found at

The announcement outlines how the event will harness cutting-edge technology and the power of social media platforms to put on a truly engaging, entertaining, and educational program on the 10th of September, 2022. The live stream will provide two hours of content, featuring contributions from musicians, comedians, actors, survivors, first responders, and influencers.

According to the World Health Organization, suicide was the fourth most common cause of death among 15 to 19-year-olds in 2019 with over 700,000 people of all ages taking their own lives every year. As high as these figures are, they do not account for the many thousands of attempted suicides that also occur across the world.

Live LIVE Suicide Prevention’s event is being hosted in partnership with Good Deed Revolution and is being billed as a kind of modern-day Live Aid to address one of the biggest threats to young lives in the digital age.

The organizers are inviting people and organizations across the globe to get involved by hosting a live stream party of their own. A range of sponsorship partnership packages is available starting at just $1,000. This includes a VIP Zoom room and the sponsor’s logo appearing on both social media and the event website. Learn more at

Partners choosing the Ultimate + package also get verbal mentions during the show and are featured in email aftercare campaigns, the gamification app, and a dedicated 15-minute sponsor segment during the show itself.

A spokesperson says, “Join world-class talent and companies united to save lives and stop the stigma. We are raising money to help with mental health, suicide prevention, and addiction recovery while delivering hope, healing, and fun. There are lots of ways to donate to the cause.”

The Live LIVE event looks set to make a real impact in the fight against preventable suicides on a global scale.

For more information, to donate, or to sign up as a sponsor, interested parties can go to

Contact Info:
Name: Brandy Vega
Email: Send Email
Organization: Live Live Suicide Prevention
Address: 47 Orange St Bldg A Suite 2, Salt Lake City, Utah 84116, United States
Phone: +1-801-637-5416

Release ID: 89081284