Last year Punk Talks launched, with a focus on the stressors and obstacles specific to bands and those in the music industry. As of late, conversations of mental health have become more and more commonplace within the music community and the general public as a whole. But these issues are nothing new, they have always been there. While they weren’t the first organization to make strides in the field of mental health, To Write Love On Her Arms certainly has delivered their message in a way that has resonated in a very unique way. TWLOHA is proud to be celebrating 10 years of existence, 10 years of shirts, and, most importantly, 10 years of hope.
Watch a video of highlights below and visit their site in order to donate or find out more.