- "I was so touched that they were there for her and continue you be there for so many others that are overcoming addiction and self harm." in 35 reviews
- "To raise awareness about an issue that effects so many people worldwide and being able to make a significant impact and change another person's life is such a worthwhile cause." in 26 reviews
- "raise awareness and spread love and write it on someone's wrist you think might be hurting... That little action could save a life" in 18 reviews
- "Heard about this in high school and I'm extremely supportive of this group (I have/had close friends who suffered with depression and know of people who committed suicide)." in 15 reviews
- "I discovered them years ago when I was going through a really, really tough time in my life and they helped me through some tough days without even knowing it." in 14 reviews
Been following this Organization for years! Love to see and hear about everything they have done for people!
So glad to see a community stepping up to speak for those of us who feel alone, ostracized and misunderstood.
To right love on her arm is an unprofitable organization. It's a movement we should help and be involved in.
TWLOHA. Such an amazing organization! Teens have such a hard time as it is. It's good to know someone cares!
I love the name of this organization. Everyone has to be reminded sometimes how important there self worth is
Raising awareness is one of the first steps to stoping the increase of teen suicides. TWLOHA does just that.
This is one of my favorite organizations. I think the cause is very important and the word needs to get out.
This touched on so many issues, but it provides a simple, yet powerful way to help those in need of a boost.
Wonderful organization, has helped many of many of my friends and will continue helping many more people.
Very important organization, and very helpful. I own many shirts of theirs and am happy to show my support!
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Never heard of this organization before but it sounds very awesome. How does someone contribute?
Where do I get the appearal to wear and how do I become a member/advocate? Is there a website or something?
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