This powerful event takes place along the beautiful shore of Lake Michigan in Sheboygan, WI. The walk not only supports those who have experienced the real and tragic loss of a loved one to suicide but also brings our community together to make a positive difference around suicide awareness. It is also an opportunity for those who have faced mental health struggles to support one another and feel support from our community. All funds raised support our programming efforts around mental health and suicide prevention.
Together, we can make a difference in suicide prevention. For 17 years now, we've walked together along beautiful Lake Michigan to support suicide prevention and mental health coming together as a community to talk about mental health, illness, and suicide to have positive impact and make change. Click the video for the 2022 There is Hope Remembrance video.
We cannot do this without you! Learn how you or your business can become a mental health champion to support our mission in promoting mental wellness through education, empowerment & support. Together, we are creating hopeful and resilient communities. Contact us for more information.
Nathan & Mary Truax, Wisconsin Advisor, Nett-Work Family Counseling, Oostburg State Bank, Ongna Wood Products, Inc., Hawley, Kaufman, & Kautzer, Zimmerman Printing, Novo Counseling, Off the Rail
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Green Bay Packers, Milwaukee Bucks, Victorian Chocolate Shoppe, Wolf Cycle & Fitness, Above & Beyond Museum, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Gibbsville Cheese, Elevate Yoga LLC, Magic Car Wash, Central Bark Sheboygan, Festival Foods, Book Worm Gardens, Burling Photography, Olivu 426, Integrated Health Therapies, Midwest Grit CrossFit, Palo Popcorn, Inc., EAA Aviation Museum, Arrosto Deli, Krier Foods, Smileon Max, Brenda Vetter, The Twisted Pair, Walmart South Sheboygan, Walmart North Sheboygan, Walmart Plymouth, Lakeshore Chem Dry, Small Town Big Family, Salon 511, Forever Feathered Creations, Vollrath, Luna Coffee, Johnsonville and Johnsonville employees, Amy Butters of Butters Fitness, The Blind Horse, Community Outreach, Jeff Lange, Trilling Hardware, Liz Kesler of Kesler Kreations, Liz Abler, Dione Knopp, Brease/Rachael Haas, Sheboygan Chevy, Dawn Grohskopf, Rhonda G