Torrey DeVitto wears a pretty floral dress during her visit to the Empire State Building on Monday (May 2) in New York City.
The Chicago Med actress was there to light up the iconic skyscraper green in honor of Mental Health Awareness with the Hope & Grace Initiative board members — executive director of National Alliance on Mental Illness Mary Giliberti, President of NAMI New York City Metro Barbara Ricci, and Women’s Health magazine editor-in-chief Amy Laird.
From sunset on May 2nd until 2 a.m. on May 3rd the Empire State Building will be lit green to help shed light on the more than 450 million people worldwide who suffer from mild to serious mental health issues and to help breakdown the stigma barrier surrounding the issue.
The Hope & Grace Fund will provide NAMI with a $75,000 grant in order for NAMI to implement the StigmaFree initiative which will include resources and tools that will enable organizations and leaders to enact change within the workplace and communities, and will help lead conversations aimed to raise awareness with the hashtag #stigmafree #hopeandgrace on social media.
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