Kickstarter Success! The MHL Raised $15k To Rally For Mental Health

Kickstarter Success! The MHL Raised $15k To Rally For Mental Health

OMG what an incredible feeling. Six months ago, we had this idea. We wanted to raise money and awareness for mental health. Not only that, but we fundamentally wanted to change the way people think about mental health conditions. We wanted to turn stigma into strength and get people talking about their mental health before tragedy struck.

And now we have the opportunity to do that.

Because of you, we raised $15,000 on Kickstarter and are able to order the initial inventory of our Rally Caps. The order has been placed and will be arriving in mid-December. If everything goes according to plan, you'll receive your hats just before the holidays.

What is the MHL?

We're a charitable apparel company that makes sportswear for mental health champions. We donate 20% of net profits to charities that increase mental health treatment, and we encourage those comfortable to start talking openly about their mental health to end the stigma and encourage people to seek the treatment they need.

How can you help?

If you want to change the way the world thinks about mental health, you just 3 simple steps.

Buy A Hat. Share Your Story. Change The Game.

BUY A HAT | With your hat purchase, you'll help someone get the mental health treatment they need...and you'll show the world what a mental health champion looks like.

SHARE YOUR STORY | With your story, you'll help end the stigma. Now I know sharing your story sounds scary, and to be honest, it is. But for those comfortable doing so, we think it's the only way to help end the stigma against mental health conditions. 20% of adults live with one, so there's no reason to be ashamed. For a chance to be featured, just share using #MHLGameFace. 

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