One of the most unique and powerful aspects of the Out of the Darkness Overnight Walk is the sense of community present when participants from all across the country unite with the common goal of breaking the silence surrounding suicide and mental health. Joining a team can enhance your Overnight experience by introducing you to new people so that you can begin forming bonds before the Walk even starts. We have several teams every year that are open to welcoming solo walkers. Fundraising is individual and each team member must reach her or his minimum fundraising requirement.
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Survivors of loved ones lost to suicide.
The Peyton Heart Project's mission is to educating people of suicide and suicide awareness.
Team Name: Your Life Matters
Team Captain: David Tagget
For those who have personally struggled with depression or other mental illnesses and for those who have lost a loved one
AFSP Chapter Teams:
Team Name: AFSP Colorado Chapter
Team Captain: Christine Paul
Team Name: AFSP Eastern MO Chapter
Team Captain: Amber Hinkle
Team Name: AFSP Inland Empire/Desert Cities
Team Captain: Debbie Kahng
Team Name: AFSP Nebraska Chapter
Team Captain: Jennifer Moffett
Team Name: AFSP NYC Chapter
Team Captain: Dionne Monsanto
Team Name: AFSP North Carolina
Team Captain: Dennis Tackett
Team Name: AFSP North Texas Chapter
Team Captain: Terri Hartman
Team Name: AFSP South Texas Chapter
Team Captain: Melissa Hinojosa-Zamora
Team Name: AFSP Tampa Bay
Team Captain: Jason Tompkins
Team Name: AFSP West Virginia
Team Captain: Michelle Toman
If you are a team captain and would like your team listed, please contact email@example.com.
If you would like to make a donation to an individual on a closed team, you can find a list of all Dallas Teams here.