To Write Love On Her Arms at WSU

Last week, Jamie Tworkowsk,  the founder of the non-profit organization, To Write Love On Her Arms, visited Washington State University to give a speech about suicide prevention and his organization. Also traveling with Jamie was solo-artisit Noah Gunderson who played a few acoustic songs before Jamie spoke. After Jamie was finished he took a few questions from the crowd and signed t-shirts with supporters. I was there and snapped a few photographes. Here they are. Enjoy!!

“Misson Statement:

To Write Love on Her Arms is a non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury and suicide.  TWLOHA exists to encourage, inform, inspire and also to invest directly into treatment and recovery.” – source

You can learn more about the TWLOHA organization, how to help, and where to buy t-shirts here, here, and here.

Copyright 2010 Logan Westom

Copyright 2010 Logan Westom

Copyright 2010 Logan Westom

Copyright 2010 Logan Westom

Copyright 2010 Logan Westom

Copyright 2010 Logan Westom

Copyright 2010 Logan Westom

Copyright 2010 Logan Westom

Copyright 2010 Logan Westom

Copyright 2010 Logan Westom

Copyright 2010 Logan Westom

Copyright 2010 Logan Westom

Copyright 2010 Logan Westom

Copyright 2010 Logan Westom

Copyright 2010 Logan Westom

Copyright 2010 Logan Westom

Copyright 2010 Logan Westom

Copyright 2010 Logan Westom

Copyright 2010 Logan Westom

Copyright 2010 Logan Westom

Copyright 2010 Logan Westom

Copyright 2010 Logan Westom

To learn more about the TWLOHA organization visit this site to read about the whole story, here.

Laters,

Logan Westom Photography

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