The Storytellers is a high school campaign that exists as a way for high school students and their advisors to share the message of To Write Love on Her Arms and put on small-scale fundraisers for the organization. The goal is for students to lay the foundation for an open dialogue between classmates, teachers and administration about the issues TWLOHA focuses on. This campaign connects students to TWLOHA and actively engages their classmates through fundraising and community events. It's of no cost to the school and the top fundraisers from each bracket will receive a TWLOHA event (video presentation, staff speaker, and performance by a musician who supports TWLOHA).
In 2009, To Write Love on Her Arms launched the University Chapters program. UChapters is a network of student organizations on college and university campuses that exists to embody the mission and vision of To Write Love on Her Arms. Through organized meetings and events, each chapter serves as a voice of hope, inspiration, and support for students and their surrounding communities.
MOVE is our way of equipping and educating communities about the topics we address at To Write Love on Her Arms: depression, addiction, self-injury, suicide, and the role a trusted community plays in bringing hope to those who feel broken. MOVE is for people who are looking for a way to engage others in conversations about topics we believe matter very much. This conference stems from the idea that uniting our resources helps take people from places of pain to places of hope and healing. MOVE is for students, mentors, parents, friends, pastors, professionals, and for everyone in-between. It is for someone new to these topics entirely or someone who has worked in a clinical setting for years. This two-day, in-depth, engaging workshop is an effort to begin a conversation about issues often left in the dark. Our aim is to battle stigma and shame with honesty and compassion.