BENEFITING: Active Minds
Wentworth Miller is the star of the hit television series "Prison Break," which returns to Fox in Spring 2017. Join Wentworth in supporting the national nonprofit Active Minds as we work to raise awareness about suicide prevention and mental health among young adults and teens.
Your $5 donation is an entry to win a personal video message from Wentworth Miller, a signed script from the upcoming new "Prison Break" series, and Wentworth's favorite Active Minds' t-shirt!
Support Active Minds for a Chance to...
Win a Wentworth Miller Prison Break Prize Package
Every $5 is an entry to win
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- A personalized video message from Wentworth Miller.
- A signed copy of the script for the first episode of the new season of "Prison Break"*.
- An Active Minds t-shirt like Wentworth's.
Wentworth Miller is the star of the hit television series "Prison Break" -- which returns to Fox in Spring 2017 -- and Active Minds Ambassador for Mental Health.
* The script will be sent to the winner after the series premiere
Break the stigma!
Join Wentworth Miller in supporting Active Minds as we work to prevent suicides and raise awareness about mental health among young adults and teens.
- Enter to win this prize package -- your donation supports Active Minds
- Start your own fundraiser for Active Minds
- Find your favorite college and donate through its Active Minds chapter
The second leading cause of death among college students is suicide. Each year, we tragically lose 1,100 of our sons and daughters, brothers and sisters, and friends. Because of the stigma that surrounds mental health, young adults and teens are the group least likely to seek help when they need it.
To change this, the national nonprofit Active Minds provides resources and training to 400+ college and high school chapters nationwide. It's a student-to-student model that fights stigma, raises awareness, and encourages help seeking.
Join the Active Minds movement. Empower a new generation to speak openly, act courageously, and change the conversation about mental health for everyone.