We hope everyone is holding up well during this worldwide pandemic. We hope you are using this time to turn a negative into a positive and enjoying family, the outdoors, or a few minutes of mindfulness and meditation. Oh and bonus, enter our resiliency contest give away!!

In an effort to contribute to the social distancing guidelines and promote resiliency we are announcing an opportunity to have your work added to our Awareness Gi. To be entered into the drawing all you have to do is create an original work of art, post a photo of the art to social media, and tag Work Play Obsession. Winners will receive a free t-shirt and have their artwork permanently added to our Gi. The Gi will be put on display at local academies and hospitals and highlighted on our website http://www.workplayobsession.com helping to raise awareness for PTSD, Anxiety, Depression, Suicidal Ideology and other forms of trauma.

The subject matter should include how you are remaining resilient during the Corona Virus outbreak or present a message advocating for brain health / mental health / healing from trauma.

The contest will run until the state of emergency is lifted and there is no limit to the amount of entries one individual can submit. Don’t forget to tag us and use the hashtag #resiliencycontest.

All Call for anyone willing to join our team on the 2020 Howard County Out Of Darkness Walk. For this first time in All In Foundation history we will be forming a team to raise funds and awareness for suicide prevention.

The Out of Darkness Walks are the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s signature event, with participation from friends, family, and supporters who have been impacted in some way by suicide. The Howard County edition will be held at Lake Elkhorn, Columbia Md on October 10th.

After the walk the All In Foundation will host a social gathering where we can share our personal stories, bond, and remember our loved ones who have passed. This event will be for Team All In members and family only.

If you would like to join the team you can sign up at the link below.

https://afsp.donordrive.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.team&teamID=253402

Stay on the lookout for the Team All In Fundraiser t-shirt launch. The team is currently working on the design and should be ready to go live soon!

If you can not make the event but would still like to donate to the All In Foundation or purchase a t-shirt, donations can be made on our website and the shirts will soon be available on Custom Ink (link TBD).

The MSG Daniel Lovell Foundation (MDL Foundation) – Vets helping Vets.

“Teams of veterans work together on automotive restorations to donate to other in-need veterans, or as a team preparing for the 24 Hours of Lemons. It provides a setting where veterans can share stories and provide emotional support while working towards a common goal. MDLF provides national awareness by participating in car shows, amateur races, and organizing other awareness events.” https://www.ydr.com/story/news/military/veterans/2019/11/26/suicide-soldier-ptsd-sparks-friends-mission-help-others/4273849002/

As highlighted by the York Daily Record, the MDL Foundation is a veteran led foundation focused on helping veterans heal the invisible wounds of trauma. The Foundation leverages one of our key principles of Social Interaction, team building, and bonding through automotive work and vehicle restoration. January 14th the foundation will host “Danny’s Birthday Fundraiser,” an annual event that celebrates Dan’s birthday while raising critical funding that allows the foundation to provide veteran outreach programs.

We are proud to work closely with the MDL Foundation and support their mission. Please visit their website for details on their upcoming events and other ways to provide support. https://www.mdlfoundation.org