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Hundreds of students from more than 20 Denver Metro area middle and high schools, including the Cherry Creek School District, will participate in the upcoming “HOPEfull Drive” between Jan. 21-Feb. 10. Students are teaming up to raise awareness about the epidemic of teen depression, anxiety and suicide, and to bolster the need for mental health resources in our communities. During the HOPEfull Drive, students will share information with the community and have buckets for donations. Proceeds will benefit Robbie’s Hope Foundation. Students can still sign up to participate at donate.robbies-hope.com/campaign/2019-hopefull-drive/c218829.
In response to alarming teen suicide rates in Colorado and across the nation, teen advocates from more than 20 high schools will participate in the HOPEfull Drive to “drive” dialogue and raise awareness about this important issue. Student teams will be out in their communities with collection buckets at various times and days between Jan. 21 and Feb. 10.
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