United Way of Southern Maine is proud to partner with Yellow Tulip Project in support of Hope Gardens.
In support of United Way of Southern Maine’s Hopeful campaign, we’re partnering with Yellow Tulip Project to bring their Hope Garden (tulip bulb planting) project to communities across Southern Maine in support of their efforts to smash the stigma around mental health. You can help achieve Thrive2027‘s Goal 3 and ensure that by 2021 all children, adults, and communities across Southern Maine have the resources and opportunities to achieve optimal health.
To sponsor a Hope Garden, or to support our community through volunteer service and training with a focus on Mental Health, please contact Karen Stephenson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yellow Tulip Project is a nonprofit with a mission of smashing the stigma surrounding mental illness. They seek to build a community of people who realize that hope happens when youth and community leaders work together. We support their work with youth mental health through the planting of Hope Gardens and the I Am More photo exhibit. Learn more about YTP.