The 4 minute trailer has been credited with already saving lives. 

“A few hours ago I was standing in a similar position as Kevin was all those years ago.... As I stood on the bridge just contemplating when I should jump, scrolling through my Facebook feed I saw one of my friends had shared the teaser trailer for this film [Suicide: The Ripple Effect]. The message you sent in the trailer was honestly heartwarming, and as soon as I finished watching I rang my parents and friends and told them I was sorry. Although it pained me to hear they had no idea I was feeling this way, I was just relived that I saw your video in time and came to my senses”
— Facebook Message - Sept 5th 2016

Can you imagine what the 90 minute film can do? 

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Kevin & Margaret Hines Foundation
RE: Suicide the Ripple Effect
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This not just a film that needs to be made, it was done in a gracious, straightforward, educational, human way, love and laughter included, without pushing for excess sympathy. I loved it. And I’ve never seen someone shine through the medium of film as authentically as Kevin does!
— LA Filmmaker - Anonymous
The film is gut level real, an intimate portrait of surviving suicide, and so encouraging. It inspires action that we can make a real difference in the lives of others
— David Covington - CEO & President RI International
Suicide The Ripple Effect is fascinating and heart-wrenching at times, it really hits an emotional core and addresses some disconcerting things about a lot of people’s attitude toward suicide survivors
— USA Filmaker - Anonymous
You simply can’t help but be deeply moved by Kevin’s courage and honesty as he chronicles his own suicide attempt and journey towards mental wellness. You’ll be inspired by the broader story a global community of survivors and advocates coming together in a movement to bring hope to millions of people worldwide. Hines challenges us all to follow his example; live for the present, build community, and never miss an opportunity to be there for someone else in need. And you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the decidedly hopeful and transformative call to action in ‘Suicide: The Ripple Effect.
— Phil Evans - Protocall Services

Thank you for your kindness and generosity.
100% of your contributions go towards the production, post production and distribution of my forthcoming film; "Suicide the Ripple Effect" via our foundation - Kevin & Margaret Hines Foundation.