Last year, Power of One launched our first fundraising campaign. And with it, came our first gift of $10.00. It may not seem like much, but it meant the world to us because it was given with love. You see, our first donor has many mouths to feed, yet she wanted to kickstart the spirit of giving because she knew that all contributions — large and small —  help us tell stories that help others.

To that first donor who gave — THANK YOU! To all of YOU who gave this past year — THANK YOU!

Thanks to you, Power of One was able to capture amazing stories, publish essays and op-eds, host preview and discussion programs, and connect with thousands of people, many of whom were buoyed by the stories of hope and healing.


Dr. Barbara Van Dahlen, founder of Give An Hour and Campaign To Change Direction

Anthony Cynthia Hernandez

Anthony & Cynthia Hernandez, Mental Health Advocates


Ami Pagana, Suicide Loss Survivor


Tonya Anderson, Suicide Prevention Advocate, Counselor and Person with Lived Experience


Earl Granville, Adaptive Athlete, Suicide Loss Survivor and Motivational Speaker


Rose Ann Myers Collins McNerney, Mother of Navy SEAL, Suicide Loss Survivor

Dave Romano

Dave Romano, Mental Health Advocate and Active Minds, Inc Ambassador


Lauren Broidy, Mental Health Advocate


Sue Cimbricz, Suicide Loss Survivor, founder Spike Classic/ProjectSAM, Board Member, Active Minds, Inc.



Power of One Essays

Ruck On (Story of Earl and Joe Granville)

Voice and Choice: The William Killibrew Story

Power of One Op-Eds

“I’m Scared”  (published in The Express, Lock Haven)

“All About Time” (published by Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund and The Express, Lock Haven)


If you would like to support Power of One

Contribute today for #GivingTuesday and help us create a POWER OF ONE platform and share stories that *inform* *empower* and* inspire.*

Help us end the silence, stigma and shame. Help us reach as many people as possible.

It takes all of us to help #PreventSuicide.

Power of One is made possible by the generous support of individual and corporate sponsors, foundations and organizational grants. Your contribution helps us share these stories and achieve our mission of fostering dialogue about suicide prevention.

Contribute a little and give an amount that is right for you and your family or organization. Your gift is the power of one. And we thank you for it.


Share a lot and amplify the ripple effect of Power of One. Connect with us on Facebook and Twitter. Read our Project Blog. Share our intro video. The more we connect with others, the more people we empower, the more live we may help save.


Your gift is tax-deductible. Thanks to our fiscal sponsor, Docs In Progress, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to helping documentary filmmakers tell stories like Power of One, all or part of your gift may be tax deductible as a charitable contribution.

What are the benefits of sponsoring Power of OneBy supporting this project, you and your family or business become an integral part of our team, our mission and ethos; in fact your act of giving is the embodiment of Power of One. One person, one company, joined in one mission, can make a huge impact. Thank you for joining our lineage of giving what we have received, and sharing what we have been given. We are honored to recognize your contribution and engage you in our community outreach in several wonderful ways.

For more information about the benefits of contributing to Power of One or to customize your sponsorship opportunity, please email alivia@powerofonemovie.com.

About Docs In Progress

Docs In Progress, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to giving individuals the tools to tell stories through documentary film to educate, inspire, and transform the way people view their world. Based in Silver Spring, Maryland, their vision is to create community through documentary film and foster a supportive community for documentary filmmakers.

For more information, please visit their website at http://www.docsinprogress.org.




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