World Suicide Prevention Day: “We’ll See You Tomorrow”

By To Write Love on Her ArmsAugust 12, 2015

We'll See You TomorrowWorld Suicide Prevention Day is September 10, which coincides with National Suicide Prevention Week (September 7-13) in America. We are proud to announce this year’s campaign, which is inspired by words that closed out last year’s “No One Else Can Play Your Part” campaign:

We’ll See You Tomorrow

“Above all else, we choose to stay. We choose to fight the darkness and the sadness, to fight the questions and the lies and the myth of all that’s missing. We choose to stay, because we are stories still going. Because there is still some time for things to turn around, time for surprises and for change. We stay because no one else can play our part.

Life is worth living.

We’ll see you tomorrow.”

Those words were written by our founder, Jamie Tworkowski, on the final night of National Suicide Prevention Week. When our team got together to start dreaming up something new, we kept coming back to “We’ll See You Tomorrow.” Hope always involves tomorrow. It’s choosing to believe that things can change, that tomorrow can look different than today.

“We’ll See You Tomorrow” will run from now until September 13. Over the course of the month leading up to World Suicide Prevention Day, we’re partnering with other organizations and with people everywhere to challenge the stigma surrounding suicide.

Our goal is to raise $75,000 via Classy, all of which will go to treatment and recovery.

WSPD pack

Here’s how you can help:

Buy the World Suicide Prevention Day pack.

Each pack includes a shirt, a bracelet, 3 poster prints, a response card, and 15 info cards. These materials feature our “We’ll See You Tomorrow” design printed in orange, which is often associated with suicide prevention. All of these items are meant to equip you to talk about suicide prevention in your community. Use them as conversation starters, encouraging reminders, and informative tools to share with others. Finally, be sure to wear your shirt and bracelet on World Suicide Prevention Day (September 10)!

Join the conversation on social media.

Join the conversation and post photos using #Tomorrow15 & #WSPD15. Be sure to tag @TWLOHA on Twitter & Instagram. You can also download our social media assets to change your profile picture, Facebook cover image, and Twitter header image. There will also be specific ways to participate during National Suicide Prevention Week (#NSPW15), and we will share those with you as it gets closer.

Fundraise for suicide prevention.

Help us challenge the stigma of mental health by providing support and treatment for those affected by it. From now until the end of NSPW, every dollar raised through our NSPW 2015 StayClassy page will go directly to funding treatment and recovery. As our way of saying thanks, the top individual fundraiser will win one of the following prizes:

2 VIP tickets for you and a friend to Vans Warped Tour in the city closest to you. We’ll cover your travel expenses and give you $200 worth of TWLOHA merch.


2 VIP tickets for you and a friend to HEAVY AND LIGHT in Orlando, FL, complete with round-trip airfare and hotel stay.


1 custom poem from Sierra DeMulder

Thank you for supporting TWLOHA.
Thank you for caring about people.
May we continue to fight for the stories around us.
Every story matters.
We’ll see you tomorrow.

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Comments (68)

  1. Lovisa Wallin

    It’s weird. I’ve been struggling with depression etc all my life and for the last two years I’ve been on sick leave because of clinical depression and suicidal behaviour. Still am at a bad place. The reason for my complete breakdown was that I lost my reason for living, the most important being in my live died. It happened September 10th. And I just learned that that’s the World Suicide Prevention Day. Kind of scary.

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    1. Amanda

      Hey Lovisa. I’m just a another being in the world who also has depression and suicidal thoughts. I was just wondering how you are doing. Hope things are better

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      1. Claire Biggs

        Hi Amanda,
        We’re sorry to hear that you’re struggling with depression and suicidal thoughts right now. We’d love to send you some encouragement. Would you mind emailing [email protected]?

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      2. TJ

        As a random human being I wouldn’t mind being an ear for you to vent or for anyone to vent. Everyone needs someone! I just lost my cousin yesterday to mental disorder I know what it’s like and what it can do.

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  2. Lisa

    How I was I could see you tomorrow.

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  3. Mary Lou Hoover

    We are doing an AFSP Out of the Darkness walk on September 10th. We will be sure to spread the word, “We’ll See You Tomorrow.”


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  4. luisito mendoza

    How could I joined the WORLD SUICIDE PREVENTION DAY?

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  5. Jaymee

    Can we use the logo and make button pins out of it?


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  6. McKaylah

    Thank you to anyone and everyone who’s ever done anything in this program, donated to this program, to all who’ve been there for someone who’s know this struggle of wanting to take their own life. This program has saved my own and other lives. Thank you so much for instilling hope once more and letting me day with confidence, ” We’ll see you tomorrow.”

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    1. TJ

      You’re smile and personality is gonna brighten someone’s day tomorrow think of how amazing that is!

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  7. Devona

    I was once at deaths door by my own hands.
    Saved by someone who heard a deadness in my last words spoken to them. We’ll see you tomorrow will save lives that need to finish their story. Thank You.

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    1. TJ

      I am glad you were saved from deaths doors the world is a better place with you here. It’s an amazing place with everyone here reading these words. It’s our world our life live it love it !!

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  11. Kellie

    Incredible work you are doing for those in need. Thank you.

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  12. Cjay

    In 2013 my dad commited suicide, I’m so thankful to anyone who’s funded or even shared this event. This topic needs more recognition and help to erase the stigma. Again thank you to everyone, hopefully one day everyone who is struggling can get the help they deserve and not go through the pain that my family and I have with loosing a loved one this way xx

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  13. TJ

    It’s said over and over there is someone to talk to and it’s true but you have to take the option of talking. My cousin lost his battle with mental disorder yesterday and I can’t help feeling we should have done more. This needs to be cured!!!

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  15. Vincent

    This is a subject that I’m very passionate about and I’m planning to get together with a few friends downtown to pass out info cards and spark conversation. I’ve already purchased the level 2 pack, but I was wondering if it is possible for you to make info cards available for bulk purchase. Everyone says “go big or go home” and I’m praying for big. I want to get cards to as many people as possible and equip my friends to do the same.
    Alternatively, a template so that we could print off info cards on our own would be great.

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    1. Claire Biggs

      Hi Vincent,

      We’re so happy to hear that you’ve bought our level 2 pack and want to do as much as you can to spark conversation. Will you email our team at [email protected] about your info card request?

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      1. Vincent

        Will do!

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  17. Mandi Kimes

    How can I fill out one of those “This is why you’ll see me tomorrow…” cards? Are those included in the promotion pack?

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  20. Tal

    Wow this is so cool!! Diagnosed with major depressive disorder about a month ago after two suicide attempts. Fighting but still some days where suicide is all I think about. So grateful to stumble across this site and know that you people care!! Xx

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  21. Tracy

    I am a mother of 3 and a wife and a daughter to an awesome mom. I have suffered anxiety and depression for many years. I have gone through so much in my life. It hurts me to know my oldest daughter is battling the same things I do. I tell myself I need to be strong and be here for my girls and my family. I tell my girls every day that I love them and I Will See Them Tomorrow.

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  22. shelbie

    Your website really tells a story. I have been cutting for 5 years now (Since I was 11) and your website has inspired me to stop.

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    1. Claire Biggs

      Hi Shelbie,

      Thank you so much for your kind comment. We’re sorry to hear that you’ve struggled with self-injury for a while. If you need them, we list resources here:

      Is there anyone in your life (a friend, parent, etc.) that you can talk to about your self-injury, Shelbie? We encourage you to tell someone you trust how you’re feeling.

      If you need some encouragement, we’d love to hear from you. You can reach us by emailing [email protected].

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  23. Julie

    You know, some depressed people (and ______) use food for comfort and because they do they don’t fit in the usual XS to 3x range. I wish TWLOHA would understand that and start carrying at least a few of their shirts in larger, meaning 4x-5x sizes.

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  25. Carrie Frisk

    I didn’t even know you existed until I saw it on my facebook. It’s really cool that your here. What can I do to help? I also didn’t know there was World Suicide Prevention day or week. People need that. Please tell me what I can do to help.

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    1. Claire Biggs

      Hi Carrie,

      Thank you so much for your kind comment! One of the easiest ways to participate is by ordering our World Suicide Prevention Day packs here:

      Another way to participate is by creating a fundraising page and helping us reach our $75,000 fundraising goal. Every dollar donated goes directly into avenues of treatment and recovery. You can create a page here:

      If you have any questions in the future, you can reach our team at [email protected].

      Reply  |  
  26. Manon

    Hi! I would love to write a story for suicide prevention week but, I am not able to pruchase the prevention pack. Is there a way you can send/email me the form that says: ”you’ll see me tomorrow because”?

    Hope to hear something back.
    Kind regards,
    Manon van den Berg, Netherlands

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    1. Claire Biggs

      Hi Manon,
      We’re hoping to make a downloadable PDF of the form available early next week. Stay tuned for our blog to see that!

      Reply  |  
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  29. Ashley Booth

    Hello! I would like to use your “You’ll see me tomorrow because..” template to start conversations on the campus I work at. Could you please send me a pdf copy? Thank you!

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    1. Claire Biggs

      Hi Ashley,

      Check back on our blog on Monday! We’ll include a link to the PDF download that day.

      Reply  |  
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  36. jennyfer wada

    Sou brasileira, assisti o filme hj pela primeira vez, me indentifiquei muito pq sou bipolar. Tentei suicidio várias vezes, fui internada por várias vezes, me auto mutilo, corto meus braços e minhas pernas. Estou sozinha, ninguem entende o que eu sinto o porque hajo de forma diferente, as pessoas simplesmente me julgam sem ao menos tentar entender.
    Não sou feliz, e não queria estar aqui mas pelos meus filhos tento acordar e dormir todos os dias. É bom saber que não sou a única, mas ao mesmo tempo e triste saber que existe outros pessoas tao sozinhas e confusas como eu, tentando achar seu lugar no mundo e vivendo um dia de cada vez, sem ter a certeza se tera o amanhã.

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  37. Amy D. Insley

    I am currently writing a one act play for my students that deals with suicide, and most importantly, suicide prevention. We have lost several young people in our student body over the course of a few short years, and it is time to take action. I want to know two things – may I quote you in a projection slide, using ” we’ll see you tomorrow?” and secondly, how much to buy about 30 suicide prevention packs? Thanks in advance!

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    1. Claire Biggs

      Hi Amy,

      Would you mind emailing [email protected] about the packs?

      As for the slide, you may absolutely quote “We’ll See You Tomorrow” as long as you give credit to the poets (Sierra DeMulder and Tonya Ingram).

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  39. Kathy "Kat" Dyer

    Am just getting acquainted with this movement that i believe is absolutely essential. I came out of a very long bout with serious depression that felt like it was terminal, but came through it, not because I found some wonder cure, but through a very slow process came back to life and now live every day with gratitude. Yes, I still battle despair at times and have personal heartaches with loved ones who are in dark places and struggling, too. Bottom line, we need to stop hiding and realize that there are folks out there who care. Can`t worry about the ones who don`t. We all have our path to walk. We need to have faith in each other and help those who are sent our way to have faith in themselves that they DO have a story to live and to tell and that each life counts. Peace to all of you. Kat

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  43. Stacy Ratajski

    I would like some more info WSPD in 2016 please.

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  45. Brenna

    does anyone have information for this year’s event yet?

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  46. Kathy Loftus

    Will there be merchandise available for the 2016 Suicide Prevention Day?

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  47. Kathy Loftus

    Will there be merchandise available for the 2016 Suicide Prevention day?

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    1. Claire Biggs

      Hi Kathy,

      Yes! Each year we host our own World Suicide Prevention Day campaign. We will announce our campaign slogan and release our design in August.

      Reply  |  
  48. Kathryn Dinkelacker

    I am 26 years old, and I have been _____ for 17 years. 2 years ago, I opened up, shared my story to give hope to others. I want to spread more awareness about mental self and self harm.

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  49. Madison Baker

    My name is Madison Baker. I’m 16 years old. I’m currently at New Directions rehabilitation center in Cleveland, Ohio. I live in Lorain County. I really want to give back to my county. I’m looking to leave treatment on the 12th and I would love to start a campen in my County. Hope to hear from you soon

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    1. Claire Biggs

      Hi Madison,

      Thanks for your comment! Will you please email [email protected]? We’ll send you more information about how you can get involved.

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  51. Dana Gentile

    My daughter would like the 2015 World Suicide Prevention t-shirt…We’ll See You Tomorrow. Are those shirts still available to purchase?

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    1. Becky Ebert

      Hi Dana!

      Unfortunately those shirts are no longer available! Thanks for reaching out.


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  52. J

    I just love that…
    “We’ll see you tomorrow,”
    It just means that each day WILL NOT be like the last. Stay strong.

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