There are many among us who are fighting silent battles that no one knows about. Smiling through this silent pain, these battles more than often cannot be won alone. How would you know if someone is struggling?
In 2021, the number of suicide deaths among youths aged 10 to 19 was at an all-time high, increasing by 23.3% compared to 2020. Through our programmes and services, we’re also noticing more at-risk youths reaching out to us for support.
As part of our efforts to commemorate World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD), and to rally the community together, SOS will be putting forth our inaugural event:
“Spark the Change Fest”.
Kicking off with a 3KM walkathon and a music festival headlined by various local artists, it's time to grab your walking shoes and join us in our efforts to help all those at risk in Singapore.
Date: 3 September 2022
Venue: Palawan Green, Sentosa
Time: 4pm - 10pm (registration opens from 3pm)
Admission: Hope and love is free, and so is our Spark the Change Fest
Aden Tan . Charlie Lim .Glenn Yong . Hong Junyang . Jack & Rai . Jason Chung . Joanna Dong . lewloh. RRILEY . ShiGGa Shay . Yong Bang . Zadon
Everyone has an important part to play when it comes to suicide prevention. Let’s be a pillar of support for our loved ones, and for anyone who may need a shoulder to lean on – let's spark the change together.
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