Attendees can participate in a variety of walks, including the 3- to 5-mile Out of the Darkness Walk; the Campus Walk, held on college and high school campuses; and the Overnight Walk, a 16- to 18-mile walk from dusk to dawn. Most recently, the walk was held in Washington, D.C., and featured nearly 2,000 walkers and volunteers. The event raised more than $2.6 million.
“An important goal of the walk is to stress that suicide can be prevented,” says AFSP executive director Robert Gebbia. “[It] is a call to action that more can be and must be done to prevent suicide, nationally and in communities across the country.”
To volunteer, visit afsp.org/out-of-the-darkness-walks.
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