Thank you for becoming a Give Big Peer Fundraiser for Help Center, Inc! Please use the information provided here as you wish to help spread the word and help you reach your goal! Questions? Email Mandy
As you encourage others to support us, consider sharing your story, if you are comfortable. What's your favorite thing about us? Why do you feel connected to our mission? Have you or someone you know been personally affected by our mission and services?
Share, Share, Share! Consider mixing up how you share: Text, share on social, email, make a phone call!
ALWAYS include your donation link. If you are unsure what it is, visit our Give Big profile, scroll to the bottom and find your name.
Donate to your own fundraiser to get it started!
Follow us on social media and re-share our posts. Facebook or Instagram. We love it when you tag us!
If you choose to post about suicide, please use the phrase “died by suicide” or “passed away from suicide” or “completed suicide.” Please avoid using the term “committed suicide.” This is an outdated term that implies that suicide is a crime and furthers the stigma around the issue.
If you want to provide the Help Center as a resource in your post, use 406-586-3333.
Help Center 211 has been a lifeline to our community before and during COVID-19. Please join us in showing your support for this vital service anyone can access 24/7 if they are in crisis, suicidal, needing resource referrals, concerned about a loved one, or just needs someone to talk to.
Please join me in GIVING BIG to the Help Center on May 6 & 7, 6p-6p 1, our local 24-Hour crisis, suicide and resource line. Their mission means so much to me. Every little bit helps!
The Help Center is participating in Give Big Gallatin Valley, a 24-hour giving movement. Join me in supporting them to support their vital services.
Did you know in 2020, the Help Center helped people 24,277 times through crisis intervention, emotional support, counseling, and advocacy? Let's show them some love during Give Big!
Did you know that the Help Center has seen a 55% increase in the need for their 24-hour crisis, suicide and resource services since COVID began? Join me in supporting this vital service in our community.