4th Annual umttr 3v3 Basketball Tournament Preventing Teen Suicide

$38,858

138 supporters

$50,000 goal

Team Members

Mitchell

$3,150

8 supporters

Noa

$1,190

20 supporters

Emily

$700

14 supporters

Justin

$934

6 supporters

Carter

$435

10 supporters

Riley

$455

8 supporters

Jenna

$406

8 supporters

Sue

$345

7 supporters

John

$380

5 supporters

Aaron

$270

5 supporters

Andrew

$240

5 supporters

Team

$85

4 supporters

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Raise money, win once-in a lifetime experiences!

Welcome to the 4th Annual umttr 3v3 basketball tournament to end teen suicide. This year we are so excited to award incredible experiences to the teams that raise the most money, and the teams that bring in the most donors!

Experiences & prizes may include a signed jersey from Patrick Ewing, celebrity experiences, signed memorabilia, private and exclusive tours, and MUCH MORE!

Start fundraising today by sharing your team's unique link with friends and family! (click the share icon next to your team above)


Our Story

umttr was founded in response to the tragic suicide of a fellow student, athlete, and friend Evan Rosenstock by the students and families of Winston Churchill High School in Montgomery County, Maryland.

umttr empowers schools and youth athletic organizations with the funds, information, and tools they need to create a compassionate culture where every person matters. We aim to place mental well-being and caring support at the forefront of teens' daily interactions.

We accomplish our goals by:

  1. Educating teens on the five signs of emotional suffering (changes in personality, agitation, withdrawal, poor self-care, and hopelessness).
  2. Identifying and introducing successful, research-based teen suicide prevention programs to schools (Sources of Strength).
  3. Hosting community events and fundraisers.
  4. Sharing the message that every life matters.

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138 supporters

$50,000 goal

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