Give The Gift Of Hope

With your help, we provide a community that fosters wellness and successful living through our outreach, resources, stigma reducing campaigns, and educational programs.

Make your gift for Starry Night and support Someone in the Crowd here!

 


One time or monthly donations using your credit or debit card.

100% of your donation will go directly to International Bipolar Foundation with your PayPal account.

Here’s What Your Donation Will Do


$20 Gift

Your gift will connect 1,000 individuals to a community where stories of hope and recovery are shared through social media, blogs, and newsletters.


$50 Gift

Your gift will connect 50 people seeking guidance and support with the resources they greatly need.


$250 Gift

Your gift will educate hundreds of people through our mental health patch program, outreach events, and online webinars.


$1000 Gift

Your gift will provide 25 kids with comfort items and resources prioritized to assist in their healing journey while admitted in psychiatric units. 

Why Your Support Matters

Doug Colbeth
Community Member

Mike Grifiths
Chairman

 

Pete Earley
Best Selling Author

Pilar Cardenas
IBPF Board Member

A letter from Tanya Griffiths

Dear IBPF,

When my daughter, Claire, was diagnosed with bipolar disorder at the age of 13, I was scared and really unaware of what bipolar disorder was, and what it would mean for her future. My education about mental illness started with reading every book I could find on the subject. What I began to learn was that bipolar disorder is a complex illness and would require my understanding of biology, neurology, pharmacology, behavioral health, social beliefs and systems, healthcare systems, medical insurance and the law.

When I expanded my search to the web, I found you, International Bipolar Foundation and your book, webinars, articles, blogs and social media. I discovered resources to make me feel informed in my decisions and I then had a sense of ground under my feet. I also felt the connection that I yearned for, as parenting a mentally ill child is very isolating. To know that there were others out there that understood my experience helped me through my toughest and loneliest moments.

My daughter is now 20, doing well and leads a full life. Our shared experiences with IBPF inspired me to support you in every way possible. Helping other individuals and families living with bipolar disorder is my life’s work. The need is tremendous, and there is still so much work to do to create a world where mental health is equitably supported and treated. Thank you providing a platform for all people to rely on, and to fulfill my personal journey.

Sincerely,

Tanya Griffiths

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