Teen Suicide Prevention Society

We believe suicide, especially teen suicide should be a thing of the past


We Imagine a World Where Teen Suicide is a Thing of the Past.

Welcome to "Teaspoons," what we affectionately call the Teen Suicide Prevention Society ("TSPS")

At Teaspoons, we believe just a spoonful of optimism is all it takes to save a life.

Our mission is to make teen suicide a thing of the past, and your donation helps.

~~~~ WHAT YOUR DONATION DOES ~~~~

Your donations make it possible for us to continue to provide the “Talks That Save Lives” training for free. 

Thank you!

  • A donation of $50 or more allows us to provide five teens with copies of the "Make It A Great Day: The Choice Is Yours" book.
  • A donation of $100 or more allows us to provide five teens with a 60-day subscription to transformative technology that relieves the pressure of chronic negativity.
  • A donation of $150 or more allows us to provide five teens with both the book and the subscription.
  • A donation of $250 or more allows us to provide one school with the “Talks That Save Lives” group training.
  • A donation of $500 or more allows us to provide one teen or adult with the full "Talks That Save Lives" 4-part Advocate Training Program so that they can speak out on behalf of the movement and the "Talk That Save Lives."
  • A donation of $1,000 allows us to produce a whole season of "The Suicide Prevention Show" and bring life-saving/life-affirming programming into more homes.
  • A donation of $2,000 allows us to do All The Above! 

Our ultimate goal is to have at least one trained “Advocate” in every boardroom, every schoolroom, and every home around the world. Your donation in any amount will help bring about our mission to make teen suicide a thing of the past.

Please consider choosing the "Monthly Subscription" option so that we can provide ongoing support to our teens, our Advocates, and your community. 

*A portion of all donations is used to support a youth organization in Nairobi, Kenya, Africa so that they can continue providing a library building, before and after  school programming, and food to start the day for the children in the community. (In the first year of this program, the school attendance rate went from 27% to 83%.)