AFSP partners with incredible companies and organizations who are engaging their customers and networks in raising funds and awareness of AFSP'S mission. Check out some of our featured partners leading consumer-activated campaigns!


In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, Spiritual Gangster is thrilled to announce the relaunch of their collaboration with Peloton instructor and mental health advocate, Kendall Toole. 5% of the proceeds from this line will support AFSP, an organization for which Kendall feels very passionately.

At Raging Ostrich, we believe in embracing individuality. We are a company that celebrates and values self-expression. We firmly believe that mental health should be de-stigmatized and we are proud to donate 50% of all our proceeds to AFSP.

At Pop Fiction Parlor, we strive to be a one stop shop for all things nerdy. Our lives have been impacted by suicide in the past, so we are proud to support a cause that can help those struggling with mental health. Every year we donate 1% of our sales to our local AFSP Alabama Chapter.

Giftiply is a sustainable gift-giving brand with non-profit donations and awareness at its core. Offering artistically curated, 100% recyclable products that benefit a variety of causes and foundations, including AFSP. Giftiply provides an opportunity to give back while wrapping gifts or sharing a holiday greeting. Click the logo to the left to see AFSP's spotlight on Giftiply's website.

This holiday season, LaVida Massage is donating a portion of gift card sales to AFSP. With 50 different locations across the nation, we are proud to spread our message of mental health awareness and suicide prevention during a potentially challenging time of year. If you are interested in purchasing a gift card or getting a massage, find your nearest LaVida location by clicking the logo to the left.

The Happiness Project is a clothing brand with the mission to elevate happiness throughout the world while supporting those impacted by mental health issues. The Happiness Project believes that no one should go through their journey alone and that it's okay to not be okay. In striving towards their goals, The Happiness Project is donating 15% of all net profits to AFSP. Click the logo on the left to check out their shop and support this mission.

Mental Health Over Everything is an online clothing and accessories store that will be launching soon. 10% of all profits from their store will benefit AFSP's National Capital Area Chapter. There is no minimum for donation. Check back here soon for MHOE's store link!

13 breweries in Loudoun County, Virginia teamed up this past fall to create a collaboration beer titled "You Are Not Alone," see the can's label on the left. The goal of this campaign was to highlight mental health awareness in the community and to raise funds for AFSP. Now, they have officially sold out, but stay tuned, these brewers are hopeful to partner again in the future! Click the logo to the left to see the press release from this past fall.

Happii's mission is to support mental health through positive affirmations that you can wear and see daily. Happii is here to remind you that you matter, and to help you get through difficult times. They have set aside 10% of revenue each month to give back to the community. In 2022, Happii started a partnership with AFSP's Massachusetts Chapter. Every purchase you make contributes to AFSP's lifesaving work. 

DJ Kaivon is donating 15% of proceeds from his merch which says "You Are Not Alone." The merchandise is available at shows throughout his US Tour and on his website (linked on the logo to the right).

Former Bachelor Clayton Echard has partnered with luxury athletic menswear brand Leovici on a special clothing line from which 100% of proceeds will be donated to AFSP. Both Clayton and Leovici are dedicated to mental health awareness and suicide prevention. Click the image to the left to read more and shop.