COLUMBUS, Ohio – In support of On Our Sleeves®, the movement for children’s mental health, several local and regional corporate partners have pledged their support to the platform in recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month this May. These corporate activities help On Our Sleeves, which is powered by behavioral health experts at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, achieve its mission of providing free mental health educational resources to every community in America, including those in the central Ohio area, and empower advocates of children’s mental health. On Our Sleeves supports access to services by connecting families to trusted local resources.
“We couldn’t do what we do without valued partners like these,” said Steve Testa, president, Nationwide Children’s Hospital Foundation. “Some of them are raising money, some of them are raising awareness, and some are engaging in other ways, but every one of these companies is making a difference and we are grateful for their efforts.”
- Bend Active: Percentage of proceeds from On Our Sleeves Clothing Line with Nina Day
- Coffee Connections: Coin canisters in the month of May
- Costco: In-store campaign; Pin-Up Icon Sales, May 1-31
- D. Sweets, Cookies & Gifts LLC: $11 from every cookie box sold May 1-14 will be donated
- Easton Community Foundation: Guest Services DipJar donation collection, advocacy, and message amplification in the month of May
- HOMAGE: On Our Sleeves product
- J-Pops Handcrafted Ice Pops: Gift-In-Kind Donation to Pay It Forward event on May 21
- King & Fifth: On Our Sleeves products
- Link Before You Sink: On Our Sleeves products and portion of online sales (ongoing campaign)
- Lilly Pulitzer Easton: In-store campaign; percentage of proceeds on May 15 from noon-4 p.m.
- Millcraft: $1 from every box sold from their Buy & Give Program donated
- Panda Express: Point-of-sale round-up campaign
- Panera: Point-of-sale campaign
- Planthropy: Percentage of online sales in May
- Ransom Supply: Gift-In-Kind donation of “Color Activity Shirts” to the Big Lots Behavioral Health Pavilion
- Roaming Goat Coffee: In-store campaign; percentage of proceeds from Butterfly Latte in May and On Our Sleeves product
- Shelby’s Sugar Shop: Percentage of all net-sales from May 1-27
- Sip & Dipity Paint Bar: In-store campaign; Pin-up icon sales from May 1-15
- Speedway: Point-of-sale round-up campaign
- That’s Emo: Percentage of online sales; ongoing campaign
- The Eco Plumbers: Corporate employee activation
- The Kitchen: Percentage of sales from Taco Tuesday on May 11
- Zumiez: In-store campaign; Pin-up icon sales from May 1-31
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About On Our Sleeves®
Children don’t wear their thoughts on their sleeves. With 1 in 5 children living with a significant mental health concern and half of all lifetime mental health concerns starting by age 14, we need to give them a voice. On Our Sleeves®, powered by behavioral health experts at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, aims to provide every community in America with free resources necessary for breaking child mental health stigmas and educating families and advocates, because no child or family should struggle alone.
Since the inception of On Our Sleeves in 2018, more than 2 million people have interacted with our free pediatric mental health educational resources at OnOurSleeves.org and our educator curriculums have reached by more than 1.8 million students across the United States.