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Erasing the Stigma, Reaching the Masses, and Funding the Future!

The Jones Project is a charitable nonprofit committed to changing the way we address the teen mental health crisis. Based out of Topeka, Kansas, our organization provides free motivational keynote presentations to secondary students on the topic of suicide prevention and mental health. We give actionable steps to students who are struggling while emphasizing the importance of all available mental health interventions.

We at The Jones Project understand ALL of our communities, large and small, have been directly affected by mental health disorders. Because of this, we provide our programming at no cost whatsoever to any school district, rural or urban, regardless of size. It is our goal to speak to over 100,000 students by the end of the 2022-2023 school year.

This dream will become a reality because of the generous contributions from people like you!

Testimonials:

“Best speaker we’ve ever had at AE and he’s from our own backyard! A lot of people talk about making an impact; few follow through with it. Can’t wait to see all the lives impacted through The Jones Project!” -- Drew Porter, VP of Sales, Advisors Excel

"Our students and staff are still talking about Coach Parker's presentation. We are also hearing positive reviews from parents and community members." -- Jay Doornbos, Principal, Council Grove Jr./Sr. High School

"I’ve been around a lot and seen a lot. This was one of the most incredible presentations I have ever witnessed. Thank you so much for opening this discussion for so many. I know this will save some lives." -- Joe Uradnik, Compliance Examiner, AE Wealth Management

For more testimonials, information, or to book a presentation, visit www.TheJonesProject.org or email Damon@TheJonesProject.org today!