On January 18th, Angel Conrad and Lance Bass will be hosting Songs for Tomorrow with proceeds benefitting On Our Sleeves, the movement for children’s mental health, at HEART, Lance’s new nightlife and music venue in West Hollywood, CA.
Inspired by her late twin brother Aaron Carter and his lifelong struggles with mental illness, Angel’s mission is to honor the memory of her brother and open up an important and necessary conversation that the U.S. Surgeon General has called a “national health crisis.”
At an early age, Aaron started showing symptoms of mental illness. Unfortunately, as is common for many individuals experiencing mental health difficulties, Aaron did not receive the treatment that could have helped him, despite the tireless efforts of Angel and those who loved him. His life is a cautionary tale and one that has inspired Angel to work with On Our Sleeves to raise awareness and help other families by giving them the opportunity to write a different story.
The goal of Songs For Tomorrow is to empower the attendees (and beyond) to learn how they can be part of the mission of On Our Sleeves to break the stigma around mental health and raise funds to support all kids with their mental health and wellness as they grow up.
An intimate gathering of thought leaders, influencers and artists from across the entertainment industry featuring a night of uplifting performances and appearances by Nick Carter + members of the Backstreet Boys, Lance Bass + members of *NSYNC, O-Town, LFO, B. Howard, Ryan Cabrera, and many more to be confirmed.
On Our Sleeves is on a mission to start national conversations, break stigmas, and educate advocates to understand and promote children’s mental health throughout the U.S. To help the 1 in 5 kids living with a mental health disorder. And to help all kids with their mental health and wellness as they grow up. Support for On Our Sleeves funds initiatives such as classroom kits for teachers, conversation guides for parents, sports curriculum for coaches, workplace research and resources for working parents, kid-friendly videos for parents and educators, and more.
Learn how you can support by visiting onoursleeves.org
Can’t make it to the show in person? We’ve partnered with VEEPS to bring the show to you via a very special LIVESTREAM event. Ticket proceeds will go directly to On Our Sleeves. For more info, visit: https://songsfortomorrow.veeps.com/