Donate to the Majority

Thank you for your interest in sponsoring the seventh We Are The Majority Rally and the youth your donation will support!

The WATM Rally is the signature event of the Ohio Youth-Led Prevention Network and the OYLPN Youth Council, both of which work year-round to build partnerships between youth and adult allies working in youth empowerment and youth-led prevention. Each year, hundreds of youth come to downtown Columbus for the WATM Rally, celebrate their drug-free lifestyle, raise awareness for about substance misuse, and advocate for youth-led prevention.

The rally seeks to correct the misperception that most youth use drugs and show our youth for who they really are – friends who support one another and leaders working to build healthy communities, prevent substance misuse, and promote mental health wellness. The rally also affords hundreds of youth the opportunity to advocate for youth-led prevention at the Ohio Statehouse.

“I see the rally as a show of solidarity and that we can, as the majority, impact those who use and misuse and show them that our way of life – the healthy lifestyle – is the best one available. It shows that our unification can prevent others from making the wrong choice.” – Roshan, OYLPN Youth Council

If you’d like to sponsor the We Are The Majority Rally, please contact Special Events Coordinator Megan Ruetsch at MRuetsch@preventionactionalliance.org or 614-540-9985, ext. 22. You can read more about our sponsorship opportunities by clicking here. If you’d like to make a donation, please use the form below.

 

The WATM Rally

Suggested Donation: $25.00

Please consider supporting Prevention Action Alliance and the We Are The Majority Rally by making a tax-deductible donation. Your donation empower 1,800 youth to make a difference in their community, raise awareness of the fact that most young people do not use drugs, resist pressures to use drugs, advocate for support of youth-led prevention and mental health wellness, and build a community where young people who do not use drugs can find solidarity.

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