The Say Something Foundation was established in honor of Camryn Claire Tripp, who at the age of 17, took her own life as a result of mental illness. It is the mission and the vision of the Say Something Foundation to raise awareness for those who are in the struggle, in addition to providing resources for those who need help and/or want to help.

To Say Something is to encourage those who are in the struggle to have the courage to reach out and ask for help. But to Say Something also means to identify those in the struggle and have the courage to reach out and offer help.

The Say Something Foundation offers scholarships to graduating seniors, provide resources to parents/youth/young small group sessions, and small group grief support.

We are a 501(c)3 charity, registered with the IRS.  In accordance, with the federal charitable laws your donation could be tax deductible.