Founder of #BlackPantherChallenge Creates Campaign To Support Mental Health

Founder of #BlackPantherChallenge Creates Campaign To Support Mental Health

After raising over a million dollars to send 100,000+ children to see the films “Black Panther” and “Captain Marvel”, Frederick Joseph has partnered with Creative Director, Keri Goff to launch Someone Wants You To Be Okay for Mental Health Awareness Week.

The campaign focuses on destigmatizing conversations through its merchandise that displays the simple message “Someone Wants You To Be Okay”.

“The goal of the campaign is simple. We want people around the world to know that they aren’t alone. By purchasing this merchandise, you’re helping destigmatize conversations about mental and emotional health and making the statement that regardless of what you’re going through, we see you.” Joseph said.

The campaign has been shared by actor Chris Evans, March For Our Lives activist Cameron Kasky, actress Alyssa Milano, and #OscarsSoWhite creator April Reign.

Net proceeds from every item purchased will be donated to Crisis Text Line, which is a non-profit organization that provides free, 24/7 support for those in crisis.