Peyton Heart Project: Infinite Reasons to Live Event
NAMI joins Peyton Heart Project Ambassador, AmandaGrace Krier to present an evening of crafting, kindness, and storytelling. We will share our stories of lived experience with mental health and surviving suicide while you tag Peyton Hearts to be left around our community to give hope to anyone who needs it.
We will provide the supplies, and crafting experience is not necessary. We will also provide hope and experience, but we hope you’ll share yours with us as well. We will meet on Thursday, December 5th beginning at 7pm at Reach Out Foundation (152 Monroe Avenue, Penndel, PA 19047). The event will run until 9pm, but feel free to come and go as you please if you can’t stay the full 2 hours.
The Peyton Heart Project’s mission is to help raise global awareness about suicide and bullying and to help end the stigma surrounding mental health issues. The Project is named after Peyton James, a 13-year-old boy who, in the fall of 2014 , died by suicide.
This event also features the inspirational story of AmandaGrace Krier (our Peyton Heart Project Ambassador) whose cousin Sean Flynn died by suicide. We will share our hope, stories, and resources while you tag hearts. We hope to see you on December 5th!