Hope For The Day team up with the Word Alive, the Color Morale, more for ‘Summer Of Hope’

April 8, 2014 by Matt Crane

Hope For The Day team up with the Word Alive, the Color Morale, more for ‘Summer Of Hope’

AP partners Hope For The Day, a non-profit that uses music and arts for suicide prevention and awareness, have launched an Indiegogo campaign for their Summer Of Hope on this year’s Vans Warped Tour. The campaign is about pressing the conversation on suicide and mental health, raising awareness and providing education and resources.

Visit the Hope For The Day Indiegogo page, and check out an announcement video from founder Jonny Boucher, which also features artist collaborators Tyler “Telle” Smith (the Word Alive), Davey Muise (Vanna), Taylor Lumley (Beartooth) and more.

The campaign has a goal of $10,000.

Check out AP and Hope For The Day’s “Music Saved My Life” series. You can watch the latest addition with Blessthefall below.

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