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1 Million People, 1 Million Dollars


Image by Annie Spratt
Image by Yuris Alhumaydy
Man in Uniform
Image by Tim Doerfler
Image by Himal Rana
Image by Eva Blue
Image by Lance Reis
Image by PRIYANSHU Rawal
Image by Bianca Berg
Image by Claudia Wolff
Image by yang miao
Image by tommao wang
Image by Danie Franco
Image by Gabriel
Image by Francis Odeyemi
Image by Tom Pumford
Transgender suicide
Depressed black girl
Elderly Suicide
girl suicide
Black boy suicide
Image by panyawat auitpol


How We Got Our Start

The I See You Campaign originated in Colombia, South Carolina, during a period when Cheron K. Griffin was substitute teaching. A seemingly simple question posed to students at a local high school, "What challenges do youth face today?" unexpectedly led to an emotionally charged discussion. The profound depth and insight shared by the youth during this conversation served as the catalyst for the birth of the I See You Campaign. From that moment forward, Cheron's perspective was forever transformed.

Through Arts and Entertainment, we are connecting the plight of suicide, life experiences, and personal views to a diverse audience in a featured film, documentary, and a cartoon.  We are donating 15% funds raised to 3 organizations that support mental health and suicide prevention.  You will have the opportunity to view your contribution in real time.

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We Direct Our Support To

The Battle Within

Black Mental Health Alliance


A portion funds raised will be allocated to support the initiatives of three esteemed organizations.

"In 2018, for the first time in the history of such research, the rate of suicides for Black children between the ages of five and 12 has exceeded that of White children, and more than a third of elementary school-aged suicide involved Black children."

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