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Save the Whale Challenge

Take the #SaveTheWhale challenge and make the world brighter

The recent spate of suicides in India as a result of the "Blue Whale" game has been nothing short of shocking. On this occassion of World Suicide Prevention Day, Sept. 10th, we at LonePack have come up with a response - the "Save the Whale" challenge. Keeping in line with the theme of World Suicide Prevention Day this year, to "Take a minute and save a life", our tasks won't take long at all! So pick a task and get started. To know more about our story and the conceptualization of this challenge, go here.

  1. Pick a challenge
  2. Do the challenge
  3. Share it on social media with the hashtags
    (#SaveTheWhale - The Challenge
    #WSPD - World Suicide Prevention Day, The occasion)
    #LonePack - It's Us!) We want to be able to track your challenges and share them!
  4. Tag 5 friends to take on the challenge
  5. Don't forget to include the link to the website and an explanation of the challenge. Here's a write up if you're too lazy to type it out.
    "Take a minute and spread some love by taking part in the new challenge by LonePack to mark World Suicide Prevention Day. I'm taking up this challenge and it only takes a minute, so get started and pick a task at savethewhale.lonepack.org #SaveTheWhale #WSPD #LonePack "

Your task for the day!

Spread the word, and tag 5 friends to join you !

"Dont forget to include the link savethewhale.lonepack.org and the hashtags - #savethewhale, #wspd, #lonepack in your post "

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How the Challenge was Born

“That there’s some good in this world, Mr. Frodo. And it’s worth fighting for.”
- Samwise Gamgee in The Lord of The Rings.

This world and the people who live on it have long suffered at the hands of mental illness. The stigma which is attached to it, along with a general sense of carelessness related to the same has not helped its case either. But much like human civilization, with time, has learnt to evolve and improve, giving up on the likes of slavery, burning at stakes, apartheid, human rights violations and other inhumane qualities, so are they learning to evolve and accept mental health issues for what they are with a broader, less ignorant mind, and with a more proactive attitude....

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