Donate to Help Prevent Teen Suicide


Teen suicide and teen mental health is a public health emergency that afflicts youth in every socioeconomic sector.  According to the most recent statistics from the CDC, suicide is the number one leading cause of death in children ages 10-14 and the second leading cause of death in young people aged 15-24.  

In addition, on average, 575,000 teens attempt suicide each year.  In recent CDC surveys of high school students, 20 percent of the teens said that in the last 12 months that they thought often of suicide, 14 percent say they have made a plan for suicide, and nine percent reported that they had made one or more suicide attempts in the last year. 

Because of your support and generosity, the Matthew Silverman Memorial Foundation vets and delivers the nation's best evidence-based prevention and teen mental health education to middle schools, high schools and colleges, free-of-charge.  These lifeline programs touch thousands of students, their parents and teachers each year.  MSMF programs help save lives and are changing the conversation about teen mental health. Every dollar you give makes a difference. 


Donations can be made online via the 'DONATE' button below.

All major credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover) are accepted.

Donate over $1000

We also gladly accept donations by check payable to the Matthew Silverman Memorial Foundation.

Please mail checks to:

Matthew Silverman Memorial Foundation  
324 S. Beverly Drive, # 411
Beverly Hills, CA 90212

Donations of marketable securities are welcome. Please contact for details.

The Matthew Silverman Memorial Foundation is a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Our tax ID number is 46-4024522.


In Kind Donations


Matt Silverman Memorial Foundation is a recipient of a Google Ad Grants award. The Google Ad Grants program supports registered nonprofit organizations that share Google's philosophy of community service to help the world in areas such as science and technology, education, global public health, the environment, youth advocacy and the arts. Google Ad Grants is an in-kind advertising program that awards free online advertising to nonprofits via Google AdWords.