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As we enter this holiday season, with so much uncertainty in the world, it is comforting to know that we can count on your support of our efforts at the glowmedia project.  

We've hit a milestone!!!

In just five years, over ONE MILLION students have watched glowmedia short films in classrooms nationwide, free of charge.  Our films are being used because teens can relate to the characters and storylines.  With free videos that teens want to see, glowmedia helps teachers provide much-needed mental health education.    
“Thank you to the glowmedia project for working to emphasize the importance of mental wellness and social emotional learning in our educational systems.”

– Patrick J. Kennedy, Author of A Common Struggle, Founder of ParityRegistry.org.
And now, your help is urgently needed. Please consider supporting our next film  – Unimaginable. This documentary will mark a departure from our regular narrative film style.  Due to COVID restrictions, we have been unable to film on set.  We will resume creating new narrative works once COVID restrictions are lifted, likely summer 2021.  In the meantime, and in an effort to chronicle this historic period, we are making a documentary short film about teens' mental health amidst the uncertainty of these troubled times. Through a series of Zoom interviews, and video diaries, we are following seven teens from varied socio-economic backgrounds as they navigate everyday life during a global pandemic.  This film, like all of our films, speaks to all kids—those struggling with stress, mental health, sexuality, or substance abuse, and those kids who find themselves in support roles for friends and family.
 
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prescription medicine abuse

Do Supermodels Eat Popcorn

body image & eating disorders

King of the World


bipolar disorder

This is Me

LGBTQ issues

Gotta Get It 

stress & anxiety

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Thank you for your support and for helping to make Unimaginable another success for the glowmedia project.

Kids – all of our kids – are worth it.  

Sincerely,
Trish
 
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Share our films! Teachers and other educators can access our free glowmedia films and resources to help kids thrive.
Trish Glowacki, a parent who recognized the need for more and better mental health education, founded glowmedia in 2016. Visit glowmedia.org to learn more about our mission and how you can get involved. Together we can support teens by creating a culture of wellness in an environment free from the stigma associated with mental health.
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