Trippy TP Is Teaming Up With NAMI To Support Mental Health Awareness!


Are you ready to get wild with Trippy TP while supporting a good cause? We are thrilled to announce our partnership with the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) to raise awareness and support for mental health issues. For every sheet of our psychedelic toilet paper purchased, we will donate $0.25 to NAMI. And that’s not all – subscribers to our newsletter will also receive exclusive discounts and access to mental health resources provided by TrippyTP. So stop wiping with plain old white toilet paper and hop on board with Trippy TP as we support an important cause! Together, we can make a difference in mental health awareness and advocacy.

For every roll of toilet paper sold, we will donate $.25 to NAMI.

Did you know that for every roll of toilet paper purchased from our store, we will donate $.25 to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)? That’s right – your everyday essential purchase can also make a difference in the lives of those struggling with mental illness. And not only will your dollar donation go towards NAMI’s important work, but you’ll also receive a newsletter update about how your donation has made an impact. So next time you’re shopping for toilet paper, remember that buying from us means supporting a good cause. Let’s work together to end the stigma surrounding mental health and provide support for those who need it. Together, we can make a positive difference with every roll. Thank you for your support!

Mental health is important for everyone – it’s time to break the stigma!

Mental health is a crucial component of overall well-being, just like physical health. Yet society often shames those who struggle with mental illness or brushes it off as weakness. This stigma prevents people from seeking help, leading to tragic consequences and lost potential. It’s time to change this outdated way of thinking and start treating mental health with the same urgency as physical health. Seek therapy, medication, or other forms of support if necessary – there is no shame in caring for your own well-being. And remember to be there for loved ones who may be struggling with their mental health – offer support and nonjudgmental listening ears. Let’s break the stigma and make mental health a priority for everyone.

With your help, we can make a difference and support those who need it most.

It’s easy to feel helpless when we see people suffering, whether it be from poverty, natural disasters, or illness. But we have the power to make a positive impact on the world and support those in need. By donating funds or volunteering our time, we can provide essential resources such as food, medicine, and shelter. We can also offer emotional support through mentorship programs or simply offering a listening ear. Together, let’s work towards a better tomorrow for everyone. Every little bit counts – every dollar donated, every hour volunteered – and together we can make a difference for those who need it most. So please, join me in supporting those in need and creating a brighter future for all.

Thanks for supporting Trippy TP and NAMI!

Thank you for supporting Trippy TP and NAMI! Your donation goes a long way in helping us fight stigma and provide education and support for those living with mental illness. From providing newsletters and other informative materials to hosting support groups and events, your contributions make it possible for us to continue our important work in the community. We are deeply grateful for your generosity and commitment to improving mental health care. Thank you again for your support – it means the world to us. Together, we can make a difference.


One response to “Trippy TP Is Teaming Up With NAMI To Support Mental Health Awareness!”

  1. This is really interesting and it is great you are using your platform to help support the importance of mental health. Thank you for sharing.



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