VRYeveryday joins Mental Health Action Day May 20th.

May 05, 2021

VRYeveryday joins Mental Health Action Day May 20th.

In partnership with over 450 brands, nonprofits, cultural leaders and government agencies, VRYeveryday is proud to be a partner in the first-ever Mental Health Action Day on Thursday, May 20th when we will encourage and empower people to take the next step for #MentalHealthAction.

Go to MentalHealthActionDay.org to learn more and join our effort to shift from awareness to action on mental health!

 

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