We are so proud of the work our agents do professionally and personally – we’re a very community-focused and people-first team. Jenn Price, you are doing a wonderful job of sharing and encouraging hope. You KNOW you’ve got our support!
ORIGINAL SOURCE: GuelphToday.com
Two women are launching an online campaign to help residents focus on the silver linings they’ve experienced in 2020.
Share Your Silver Lining…Save A Life is a mental health initiative encouraging residents to post a positive moment that they experienced this year online through #ShareYourSilverLining.
The creators of the campaign are Claire Knight and Jenn Price, who hope to provide an outlet which will encourage and inspire people who are struggling with mental health.
“This is a platform where we’re encouraging people of all genders and ages to share the positives,” said Knight.
Sitting on the board for Suicide Awareness Council, Knight mentions they have seen the effects that COVID has caused for many people, good and bad. She said their message for residents is that it’s okay not to be okay.
“(With) everything that happened over the last year, there are some beautiful things that have happened,” she explains, “Not just with people individually, but within their own communities, and around the world.”