Bonnaroovians rallied together to say: friends and family need you, the world needs you, tomorrow needs you on June 13-16 in Manchester, Tenn. At Planet Roo, Bonnaroovians wrote anonymous notes for one another and could choose and exchange for a message resonating to them.

Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival spreads To Write Love On Her Arms (TWLOHA), a non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury and suicide, campaign “Tommorow Needs You,” for this year’s World Suicide Prevention Day on September 10.

TWLOHA has one of the largest online audiences of any non-profit on social media. The non-profit set a goal to raise $100,000, and has doubled its goal, to invest in information, treatment and recovery. These funds provide scholarships for more than 2,000 counselling sessions each year.

The campaign, “Tomorrow Needs you” currently raised nearly $200,000--recieving support from a diverse set of names in the entertainment and sports industry including DJ/producer KYGO, Brandi Cyrus, Susie Albromeit (Jessica Jones), Ashlyn Harris, Tobin Heath, Christen Press and Alex Morgan of the U.S. Women’s National Soccer team, actor Jared Padalecki, country star Hunter Hayes, Cleveland Cavaliers player Kyle Korver and so many others.

Since initializing in 2006, more than $2.3 million has been donated directly into treatment and recovery and they have answered over 200,000 emails from over 100 countries.

TWLOHA next summer appearances are logged into its website at twloha.com.

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