Breaking the Silence. Building Hope

Making a Difference in Schools and Communities

The Cassidy Joined for Hope Foundation has played a crucial role in establishing the “Joined for Hope” school clubs, which serve as platforms for addressing the pressing issues of mental health and teen suicide. By initiating these conversations within schools, we aim to break the silence surrounding these topics while also providing scholarships to senior members of the Joined for Hope school clubs. These scholarships recognize their efforts in promoting mental health awareness and fostering positive change in their communities. These clubs focus on prevention, self-value, anti-bullying, awareness of social media dangers, and the powerful message that Kindness Matters. Together, we support and empower the next generation of compassionate leaders for a brighter future.

Breaking the Silence


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Spread HOPE with Us this National Suicide Prevention Month!

If you don’t have a Joined for Hope Club in your school but still want to spread HOPE and awareness, we can help! Introducing Cassidy Kits!

Activity ideas to help spread suicide prevention awareness in your community!

Interested in learning more about Cassidy Kits? Reach Out to Us for Further Details!

Scholarships for Graduating Club Members

The Cassidy Hess Memorial Scholarship is awarded to...

The Cassidy Joined for Hope Foundation takes pride in awarding scholarships to graduating seniors who have actively participated in a Joined for Hope Club at their school. We believe in acknowledging the commitment and efforts of these exceptional students who have contributed to spreading hope and awareness.

To date, we have granted scholarships to 26 deserving students from various local high schools that have established Joined for Hope Clubs. These students have exemplified the spirit of HOPE within their schools, and we express our sincere gratitude to each one of them.

If you are a graduating senior and an active member of a Joined for Hope Club, we invite you to apply for our scholarship program. This is an opportunity to be recognized for your dedication and impact on mental health awareness in your school community.


Kate Luckett, Ainsley Hinton, Peyton Hess, Abby Tartaglia, Linden Burns

College Park HS 2023


Maddy Lusk, Sophie Haymond, Kinsee Bieser

College Park HS 2022


Nicholas Masella, Kylie Guerrero, Jordan Jaynes, Rossi Azuaje

Conroe HS 2021


Hunter Hess

The Woodlands HS 2020


Ashler McPherson

Rouse High School 2020


Emily Garza

Klein High School 2020

Claire Folwell

College Park HS 2020

Tristan Jordan

Lone Star College 2019

Summer Fullwood

Rouse High School 2018

Remy Harris, Anna Harvey, Sarah Heckart, Sophia Onofrio

College Park HS 2018

Lorna Favela

The Woodlands HS 2018

Cali Maxwell, Haylee Bieser, Maya Fincher

College Park HS 2017

Madi Doise, Mary Kate Marcantel, Savannah Price

College Park HS 2017

Together, We Can Make a Difference

do you want to start a joined for hope club at your school?

The Cassidy Joined for Hope Foundation invites you to join us in our mission to create a brighter future. By collaborating with schools and communities, we can effectively address mental health challenges, prevent teen suicide, and empower young individuals to embrace their self-worth. Together, let us spread the message of kindness and make a lasting

Already part of a joined for hope club?

Joined For Hope Club Members can register for an account where they can manage meeting minutes, access special resources, and more. Register or log in below!