Check out our Gardens for Hope Project Partners!

Gardens for Hope is a project that uses the sunflower as a positive symbol of HOPE to help eliminate mental health stigma around the world.  We ask you to joinContinue Reading

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Global Day for Hope Supports 350 Million with Depression

The International Foundation for Research and Education on Depression (iFred) launched its first annual Global Day for Hope on May 2, 2015, to support the 350 million people living withContinue Reading

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iFred Celebrates Global Day for Hope in Chicago – Agenda

  9:00 – 9:15 am:  Speakers Introduction/Opening:  Chicagonistas:  MJ Tam and Beth Rosen  @Chicagonista Dr. Elizabeth Lombardo, www.elizabethlombardo.com, @DrELombardo Dr. Elizabeth Lombardo is a psychologist, physical therapist, and author of BetterContinue Reading

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JOIN US And Plant HOPE Around The World

Join us for Global Day of Hope by planting sunflowers on Saturday May 2 in support of the 350 million people living with the treatable disease of depression. The sunflower is theContinue Reading

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Teaching Hope: A Powerful Lesson

Children - Teaching Hope

iFred’s recent project, Schools for Hope, launched this fall with fifth graders in the Chicagoland area. The curriculum aims to teach hope to students as a result of the dishearteningContinue Reading

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Artwork Inspires a Message of Hope Among Students

people standing beside sunflower

April 4th, 2014 was a day of true celebration.  Students gathered in the heart of campus at the University of North Carolina in Charlotte to witness the dedication of aContinue Reading

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