Month: October 2019

LA VOLUNTEERS PLANT TULIPS FOR MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS

Lincoln Academy volunteers who planted tulips in conjunction with the Yellow Tulip Project on October 10, 2019. On October 10 Lincoln Academy student volunteers gathered in Veterans Memorial Park in Newcastle to plant more than 80 bulbs as part of the Yellow Tulip Project, which is a Maine-based non-profit program whose mission is to reduce …

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SYMBOLS OF HAPPINESS AND HOPE PLANTED IN BANGOR

Symbols of happiness and hope were planted in Bangor – we’re talking about yellow tulips. The bulb planting ceremony is part of The Yellow Tulip Project. The message? Shining a light on suicide awareness, spreading hope, and smashing the stigma surrounding mental illness. Organizers say it’s very fitting on this World Mental Health Day. Sam …

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FORT KENT STUDENTS PLANT FLOWERS OF HOPE TO BATTLE THE STIGMA OF MENTAL ILLNESS

FORT KENT, Maine — Students and community members planted flowers on the front lawn of Fort Kent Community High School on Wednesday, Oct. 9, to raise awareness about mental illness. About 60 people participated in the Yellow Tulip Project event during which they planted hundreds of the sunshine-colored flowers in an effort to remind people …

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4TH ANNUAL YELLOW TULIP PROJECT HELD TO DESTIGMATIZE MENTAL ILLNESS

PORTLAND, Maine —The 4th annual Yellow Tulip Project was held at Congress Square Park on Portland Saturday, aiming to change the way people talk about mental illness. The founder of the event, Julia Hansen, brought the event to Portland after losing her two best friends to suicide. Now, the wellness event functions to bring the …

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STUDENTS, MENTAL HEALTH ADVOCATES PLANT TULIPS IN PORTLAND PARK TO SPREAD HOPE

The Yellow Tulip Project – founded locally by a mother and daughter – has 275 ambassadors in several countries. Students and mental health advocates gathered in Congress Square Park in Portland on Sunday to plant flowers and celebrate the international expansion of The Yellow Tulip Project, a locally founded nonprofit that seeks to “smash the …

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MAINE TOWN TO PLANT 1,000 TULIPS TO ‘SMASH THE STIGMA’ AROUND MENTAL ILLNESS

A thousand yellow tulips to be planted in Waterville to raise awareness about mental health. MAINE, Maine — One town in Maine has a mission to “smash the stigma” surrounding mental illness by planting 1,000 yellow tulips in Waterville. The Yellow Tulip Project is a Maine based non-profit organization that is trying to diminish the …

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