Impact: To Write Love on Her Arms

As many of you know, especially over the recent year, I have had a great heart for things with purpose. People have a way of impacting each others lives in ways that we may not even realize. Good and bad. So, any opportunity we get as a community to take a stand for those who struggle, whether financially, mentally, or physically, I believe that we should do everything in our power to take advantage of. My heart for charities continues to grow and I have recently felt the passion to begin sharing some of these amazing things with all of you!

There are an impeccable amount of organizations out there that have impactful and incredible causes. I have discovered a few through my own research, but have found most of them via word of mouth, or exposure through others. If you know of any organizations that have a heart for change and impact please share them with me in the comments. Working as a unit, maybe we can bring some exposure to the things that are making a little difference in this great, big, crazy world we live in.

One of the first I’d like to feature, and one my favorite organizations for many years is a non-profit called To Write Love on Her Arms. Who are they and what do they do? Here’s the scoop, straight from the mouth of the founder.


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.


The vision is that we actually believe these things:

You were created to love and be loved.
You were meant to live life in relationship with other people, to know and be known.
You need to know your story is important, and you’re part of a bigger story.
You need to know your life matters.

We live in a difficult world, a broken world. We believe everyone can relate to pain, all of us live with questions, and all of us get stuck in moments. You need to know you’re not alone in the places you feel stuck.

We all wake to the human condition. We wake to mystery and beauty, but also to tragedy and loss. Millions of people live with problems of pain. Millions of homes are filled with questions—moments, and seasons, and cycles that come as thieves and aim to stay. We know pain is very real. It is our privilege to suggest that hope is real and help is real.

You need to know rescue is possible, freedom is possible, God is still in the business of redemption. We’re seeing it happen. People sitting across from a counselor for the first time. People stepping into treatment. In desperate moments, people calling a suicide hotline. We know the first step toward recovery is the hardest to take. We want to say here that it’s worth it, your life is worth fighting for, it’s possible to change.

We’re seeing
lives change as
people get the
help they need.

Beyond treatment, we believe community is essential. People need other people. We were never meant to do life alone.

The vision is that community, hope, and help would replace secrets and silence.

The vision is people putting down guns, and blades, and bottles.

The vision is that we can reduce the suicide rate in America and around the world.

The vision is that we would learn what it means to love our friends, and we would love ourselves enough to get the help we need.

The vision is better endings. The vision is the restoration of broken families and broken relationships. The vision is people finding life, finding freedom, finding love. The vision is graduation, a Super Bowl, a wedding, a child, a sunrise. The vision is people becoming incredible parents, breaking cycles, making changes.

The vision is the possibility that your best days are ahead.

The vision is the possibility that we’re more loved than we’ll ever know.

The vision is hope, and hope is real.

You are not alone, and this is not the end of your story.

—Jamie Tworkowski
TWLOHA Founder


To learn more about this cause visit

TWLOHA has gorgeous products that bring awareness and support to their cause. Shop {here}

To learn more about depression, suicide, self abuse, eating disorders, and anxiety check out this amazing resource.

If you are worried that you or someone you know may be at risk for suicide, please call your local authorities (911), contact a mental health professional, or call and talk to someone at 1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433).

With Love.

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