Get Involved

How You Can Get Involved Today!!!


Become a
Social Media Ambassador

It’s easy to be a vital and valuable part of UMTR2ME right now.
Simply follow, like, and help promote UMTR2ME to your family and friends by clicking the icons above.

Become an
Impact Ambassador

Impact Ambassadors are found in schools and communities worldwide.  They help spread the mission of UMTR2ME by starting conversations to break the stigmas surrounding suicide and mental illness.  They’re also the bridge between those needing help and local resources available to offer help.
For more information please select the Impact Ambassador link.

Become a
Basic Event Volunteer

Basic event volunteers, or BEV’s as we like to call them, help ensure the positive and successful representation of UMTR2ME as we participate in local community events.  If you live in Southern California and are interested in becoming a BEV, please send an email with “BEV” in the subject line to our Impact team at

Become a
Volunteer Team Member

Volunteer team members have more time to commit and a specific skill, talent, or experience they would like to contribute to UMTR2ME.  Potential volunteer team members are encouraged to be at least 18 years of age and have excellent written and oral communication skills, computer literacy,and a thorough knowledge of the Internet and mainstream social media platforms.  Though not a requirement, applicants should have at least 2 years of college, professional, or technical experience within the field they are looking to volunteer with; however, exceptions may be made.

If you’re interested in becoming a UMTR2ME volunteer team member,
please select the Join Our Team link to get started.

UMTR2ME Partnership 
We love hearing about the different ways people express their passion for wanting to bring hope into their communities by
sharing the simple, yet powerful message, “You Matter To Me.”  If you are interested in establishing a partnership for a specific event or opportunity, please complete and submit a Partnership Request.