Participate in Seaford Goes Purple

"Seaford is my hometown and it’s still very close to my heart. It’s been devastating for me to watch a community that’s been through so much grapple with the opioid epidemic, and it serves as a reminder of how much work we still need to do on addiction. I’m grateful for the work that the Sussex County Health Coalition is doing with Seaford Goes Purple, and for the lives that their advocacy will save.” Senator Stephanie Hansen, Seaford High School Class of ‘79


SCHOOLS

  • Form a THP Project Purple Initiative Club
  • Organize a 5K Purple Walk/Run
  • Purple Ambassadors
  • Gather items for Blessing Bags
  • Engage athletic teams, band, and student council to “Go Purple”
  • Invite speakers to team practices
  • Staff support for in-school Purple Clubs
  • Sign up to help spread the message—Volunteer to give a “Purple Talk”

CITY

  • Sponsor advertising and media
  • Campaign gear for local students
  • Financial sponsorship
  • Can you help to turn the city purple? Purple lights, purple fountains, purple banners?
  • Sponsor a banner for a school, business or for the town?
  • Sign up to help spread the message—Volunteer to give a “Purple Talk”

BUSINESS

  • Sponsor an event
  • Financial Support
  • Sponsor gear for events
  • Support campaign gear for local students
  • Sponsor banners for businesses, schools and the faith-based communities
  • Printing of purple materials
  • Sign up to help spread the message—Volunteer to give a “Purple Talk”

FAITH-BASED INSTITUTIONS

  • Share events with your families
  • Sponsor and/or attend a 5K Purple Walk/Run
  • Place a banner outside of your location showing purple support
  • Sign up to help spread the message—Volunteer to give a “Purple Talk”

INDIVIDUAL

  • Purchase purple gear
  • Attend a 5K Purple Walk/Run
  • Donate
  • Support school clubs and athletic events with baked goods etc.
  • Support for a school-based Purple Club
  • Sign up to help spread the message—Volunteer to give a “Purple Talk"