Walk with us!
Come by yourself or bring some friends! Online registration closes September 1.
Create your own fundraising page and help expand our efforts to prevent suicide in communities throughout Brown County!
Join our elite team of volunteers and make this one great night! Each volunteer gets a free shirt.
September 10, 2016
A 1-mile walk through Downtown Green Bay, WI. Together, we walk to shed light on suicide prevention efforts in Brown County, and work to break the stigma and barriers to the treatment of mental health.
May is Mental Health Month
Download the toolkit & join the #Dontletgo Campaign!
Featured Keynote Speaker
Michelle L. Rusk, Ph.D., formerly known as Michelle Linn-Gust, has been traveling the world and educating people about suicide grief since the suicide of her younger sister in 1993. The first of Michelle’s ten books, Do They Have Bad Days in Heaven? Surviving the Suicide Loss of a Sibling, chronicled the loss of her sister. Michelle is a past president of the American Association of Suicidology and her most recent book is Flowers by Day, Stars by Night: Finding Happiness after Loss and Change. Today she focuses on where her journey has taken her and living the life she always dreamed of through writing fiction (The Green Dress) and the creation of a lifestyle brand, Chelle Summer.
KI Convention Center
Schedule (subject to change)
6:00 PM Registration opens
6:00-7:25 PM Survivor Connection & Resource Fair at KI Convention Center
7:30 PM Keynote Speakers
8:20 PM Candlelight Walk & Memorial Lantern Glow
9:00 PM Meet & Greet with Michelle @ CityDeck | Event End