send silence packing

For more than a decade, the Send Silence Packing® exhibit has traveled the country to end the silence that surrounds mental health and suicide and connect visitors with resources for support and action.

raise mental health awareness and inspire action for suicide prevention

bring Send Silence Packing to your location

Contact us today to learn how to bring this profoundly impactful exhibit to your campus or community!

Host a display

connect people to mental health resources

Send Silence Packing encourages people to seek out resources for themselves, friends, or loved ones. Trained professionals are on hand at each stop and thousands of mental health resources are distributed.

About the Exhibit

upcoming tour stops

  • September 17Duquesne University sponsored by the Citrone 33 Foundation, in partnership with EMBRACE Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, PA

  • September 19Gannon University Erie, PA

  • September 24Ohio University Athens, OH

  • September 25Kenyon College Gambier, OH

  • September 30Northern Michigan University Marquette, MI

  • October 2Michigan Technological University Houghton, MI

  • October 4Gogebic Community College Ironwood, MI

  • October 8University of Wisconsin - Whitewater Whitewater, WI

  • October 10Iowa State University sponsored by the Kiran Bavikatte Memorial Fund Ames, IA

  • October 14University of Iowa Iowa City, IA

  • October 17University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Chattanooga, TN

  • October 22Vanderbilt University Nashville, TN

  • October 28University of Texas San Antonio San Antonio, TX

  • November 4Columbus State University Colombus, GA

  • November 5Auburn University Auburn, AL

  • November 13Elon University Elon, NC

Send Silence Packing® is supported by the Citrone 33 Foundation, in partnership with EMBRACE Pittsburgh, the Danny Cramer Foundation & the Noah Langholz Remembrance Fund

Send Silence Packing was 100% the most impactful event our campus has ever done. The amount of positive feedback and moving reactions I heard were so touching. It is a day that I will never forget. It was such an honor to be a part of.

Rachel DiGangi

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