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I AM INVISIBLE BULLYING & SUICIDE was founded in 2016 and received its 5013C status as a nonprofit organization in 2018. At I AM INVISIBLE BULLYING & SUICIDE, we know that sometimes all it takes to change the world is a little support. Therefore, our purpose is to make an impact in the lives of our youth and young adults. 

Our main goal is for those who may be dealing with depression, low self-esteem, or other mental health issues to understand that everyone is "SOMEBODY." I AM INVISIBLE BULLYING & SUICIDE does not discriminate against gender, ethnicity, economic status, beliefs, or religious preference. We believe everyone has a "VOICE".

I AM INVISIBLE BULLYING & SUICIDE have partnered with several mental health practices and professionals to assist our community concerning mental health issues. In addition, we provide partnership programs such as Art, Culinary, Dance Music, and Outreach for our youth and young adults to help them with their creativity. Please feel free to click below for the complete list of our programs. 

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I'm Invisible Short-Film

I AM  INVISIBLE Bullying & Suicide Short-Film was featured at the SEAS Awards in 2016 in Tunica, MS.  The film was co-written by Executive Director Sharon Kaye Edwards and Professor Seymour Hagans of Lane College, Jackson, Tennessee.  The student cast consisted of students in our CMCSS in Clarksville, TN.   The film has been used in the school system as a training and teaching tool for the staff and the transportation department to bring awareness of bullying and suicide.

Please click below for additional information about our Mental Health Education Programs and Mental Health Partnerships.  


I AM INVISIBLE BULLYING & SUICIDE Community Involvement & Programs

Since 2018, I AM INVISIBLE BULLYING AND SUICIDE has helped create supportive communities for individuals who are overcoming difficulties. We understand how helpful it is for people going through life issues to find a space where they can build connections with others who understand exactly what they’re experiencing. Feel free to reach out for additional information.

Please click below to see our various programs and upcoming events.


New Culinary Class "Cooking the Wright Way" Impacting Our Youth!

Visionary Chef Sterling Wright, visionary of "Cooking the Wright Way" from Hell's Kitchen Season 13, introduces his students to a fantastic line-up of seasoned chefs.  The students from Clarksville and Nashville assisted in serving the food and watched and learned the cutting and cooking techniques from the chefs.  The team of Casa de Montecristo Nashville is beyond amazing.  Brad Winstead and Emily Walsh helped us raise OVER $10,000 for the Jevon Kearse Foundation and Sterling Wright Cooking the Wright Way.  In addition, former Tennessee Titans Defensive End Jevon Kearse takes the time to encourage our youth chefs.

Please click below to see the videos from the event.


“The person who moves a mountain begins by carrying away small stones”

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It wouldn’t be possible for us to provide our support services if it weren’t for our generous benefactors. Help keep us running at our best and highest capacity by donating Today. There are many different donation options available such as time and monetary donations we appreciate any support.

Your donations are tax-deductible.  Thank you for choosing us to help serve our community. 

We have also enclosed the link to our outreach page, so you can see the many outreach projects that I AM INVISIBLE BULLYING & SUICIDE was able to support in our communities due to your generous donations!

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