May is Mental Health Month

Since 1949, Mental Health America and their affiliates across the country have led the observance of “May is Mental Health Month” by reaching millions of people through the media, local events and screenings. Mental health (and the awareness of mental health issues) is a cause that hits close to home, which is why I’m sharing this post with you all today. There’s a ton you can do to help raise awareness for mental health, including participating in a NAMIWalk, volunteering in a support group, and donating money. I thought it would be great to highlight businesses and companies that either aim to raise awareness for the cause or donate a percentage of their profits to a mental health charity/organization.

mental health awareness gifts

Pura Vida Mental Health Awareness Bracelet  |  Because Love “Love Life” Handmade Print  |  philosophy Renewed Hope in a Jar  |  Sevenly Life Is Beautiful Fitted Racerback Tank  |  Link of Hearts “Cuff Me With Love” Cuff Bracelet

Pura Vida Mental Health Awareness Bracelet– Pura Vida sells a wide variety of handcrafted bracelets (every Pura Vida Bracelet is carefully handcrafted by artisans in Costa Rica). Their Charity Collection, which this bracelet is part of, was created to give back to different causes all over the world. They are partnered with over 190 charities and have donated more than $877,058 to date. $1 of this bracelet will be donated to Mental Health America.

Because Love “Love Life” Handmade Print– Because Love is a Canadian-based company that aims to further the movement of eliminating social stigma surrounding mental health issues by treating everyone with love and compassion. When each item is purchased from their shop, they donate 20% of the profits to a mental health organization. That money is then used by that organization to help fund research and better care for those dealing with mental health issues.

philosophy Renewed Hope in a Jar– If you’re a beauty junkie like me, you’re likely familiar with philosophy.Their hope & grace initiative represents an unprecedented and unending commitment by philosophy to support mental health and well-being. mental health issues are one of the greatest challenges women face. For every product sold, philosophy contributes 1% of sales to the hope and grace fund, and will award multiple financial grants each year to local organizations working to empower women through promotion of mental health and wellbeing, and the prevention and treatment of related issues.

Sevenly Life Is Beautiful Fitted Racerback Tank– Sevenly is one of the world’s leading ‘social good’ companies, teaming up with charities and customers to raise awareness and funding for vital causes around the world. The tank featured above is part of a collection that donates profits to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.

Link of Hearts “Cuff Me With Love” Cuff Bracelet– Link of Hearts is a jewelry shop created to “inspire and connect with someone directly… to touch one’s heart and encourage someone to get through one more day… and be a voice to help fight the stigma of mental illness.” With every purchase, Link of Hearts will give one piece of jewelry to someone battling depression.

2 Comments

  1. I’ve actually used Hope in a Jar before, but I never gave a second thought to the reason it was called that. I liked the product before, but now I like it a lot more. 🙂

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