The Living Memoir Donates a Portion of Its Profits to Suicide Prevention

By: Sarah Moore - Published: Aug 1, 2012 • References: thelivingmemoir & roozt
The Living Memoir is a lifestyle brand and online forum dedicated to providing support and awareness about the effects of depression and suicide.

Created by Nate Stodgehill and the founders of Flex Watches, the organization partners with the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and other non-profit organizations supporting suicide awareness to help lend a helping hand to those in need.

The online outlet was developed to help suicide survivors and friends and families of victims to have a community to share their stories and find support by connecting with others who have went through similar experiences. There is also a clothing line that is run through the organization and 20 per cent of the gross profits from the sales of this merchandise goes toward funding its partner organization to help support those in need.

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