OPERATION SUICIDE PREVENTION

FUNDRAISING CONCERT BY THE WYSH PROJECT

COME JOIN OUR LAST FUNRAISING EVENT IN AUSTIN

before starting tour across the nation! You may recognize Andrew from front page of the Austin Statesman, KXAN, Fox News Austin, 99.3 KOKE FM, 104.9 ESPN Austin, plus articles from across the nation. As veterans began hearing his story or survival from his own suicide attempt, they began sharing their stories with Andrew. After hearing a few he realized that with the amount of stories he's heard, it would make a great documentary to help not just family members but the average civilian understand what a service member goes through when returning from war. Andrew will now be joining MyCharityLife.com on a tour across the nation to publicly speak about his suicide survival and document the stories of veterans from across the nation!

OPERATION SUICIDE PREVENTION

Thursday, May 16th, 7-10pm

305 West 5th Street

Austin, TX

LIVE MUSIC BY: THEM DUQAINES


Rebels Honky Tonk - Thursday, May 16 - 7-10 P.M.


Items Being Raffled:


- Five $100 Gift Cards donated by EatOutIn.com

- Three autographed items donated by Famous Actor Ed Begley Jr.

- Tactical Equipment donated by Security Pro USA

+ And More!

Sponsored By MyCharityLife.com

MyCharityLife is your comprehensive platform for social giving. A MyCharityLife profile is your hub for tracking, sharing, and supporting the causes you value most. Your MyCharityLife portfolio offers live, detailed analysis of how your contributions are being applied, and brings you closer to the people and ideas you want to thrive. We identify innovative, emerging and creative projects and causes so you can spend more of your time socializing and networking with the people that are making things happen in your community. So go do some good!

The Story behind the WYSH Project

November 22, 2010 I attempted suicide while still in the Army. This is just over a year after being back from Iraq. After deciding to share my story with the public, civilians began to become more proactive in the areas I visited and veterans began to open up about their stories. I quickly realized that now is the time to make a documentary to bridge the gap between the soldiers mind and everyone else! That is what we're doing!