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KC Area Middle and High School Artists

Gallery Exhibition with Cash Prizes

InterUrban ArtHouse and Art As Mentorship, in partnership with AT&T/Believe Kansas City, announce a call for design concepts for murals that inspire HOPE & HEALING.

Eight $250 Awards + Two $500 Awards

A selection committee will award 8 finalists $250. Finalist’s designs will be available for middle and high schools in the eligibility area to select their favorite and order for display in their building. The top two ordered designs (one in Missouri and one in Kansas) will be awarded an additional $500 and the opportunity to have their design painted on a building in the KC Metro Area (location TBD)!

1. Register your intent to participate by 12/15/2019 2. Deadline for Artwork Delivery by 1/15/2020


“AT&T is proud to support the communities where our employees and customers live, work and play,” said Alyson Woodard, vice president/general manager, Mid States Region. “Believe Kansas City is a grassroots, employee driven initiative with the goal of making an impact on a local issue. When we discovered that our local community was above the national average in the area of youth suicide, we felt compelled to act. We have a responsibility to support the health and well-being of our Kansas City metropolitan area and want to do what we can to support community agencies that strive to reduce the prevalence of youth suicide and reduce the level of stigma often associated with mental health conditions.”

Believe Kansas City is a grassroots, AT&T employee driven campaign focused on supporting youth suicide prevention and mental wellness efforts through technology, innovation and partnerships in the greater Kansas City metro area.  The initiative is an extension of AT&T BELIEVES,  AT&T’s larger company-wide initiative designed to create positive change in local communities by tackling issues impacting those communities.

Nicole Leth, Kansas City

Nicole Leth, Kansas City

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Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium

Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium

Denver Mural Promotes Mental Health; lead artists Pat Milbery and Jason Grave

Denver Mural Promotes Mental Health; lead artists Pat Milbery and Jason Grave


QUESTIONS: or call 913-283-7091

If you or someone you know may be considering suicide, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 (En Español: 1-888-628-9454; Deaf and Hard of Hearing: 1-800-799-4889) or the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741741.