Walk For Hope Sandpoint

Promoting Suicide Awareness, Hope & Healing

Hold On Pain Ends – H.O.P.E.

VIRTUAL Walk For Hope 2020

September 6th, 2020

Pick a time and walk the decorated bridge on your own, or choose your own course the day of!

T-shirt pickup: First come first serve, limited quantities available. September 3rd-6th, 2020. Check our Facebook Page for shirt pick up locations and times, OR text 208.290.8391.


WHY?

maddieThe question we all ask when a loved one commits suicide is why?.  Those who lose a loved one to suicide will despair over this question forever.  On November 2nd, 2015, we lost our 14 year old daughter Madison Wyman to suicide with no warning that anything was even wrong.  This unimaginable tragedy not only left our family devastated and heartbroken, but our entire community as well.  Madison was a freshman in high school, on the JV Soccer Team, involved in her church youth group and a member of our local 4-H program.  She was beautiful, smart, and talented with so much positive in her life.  How could this happen to our loving family?  We will never truly know!  What we do know is the pain and devastation that is left behind.  The extreme grief deep inside, the anger, the shock, the hole that is left in our family forever.

-Jennifer Wyman