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February 11, 2020
TANGIBLE MOVEMENT X NOSTGMA BAND MENTAL HEALTH BENEFIT CONCERT & SURVIVOR TESTIMONIALS FOR CHARITY!

Tangible Movement is proud to present our 3rd Benefit Concert for Mental Health featuring The NOSTGMA Band. The event will also feature "Survivor Testimonials" Date of event: 2/22/20.


Hello Torri,

You are invited to the following event:

TANGIBLE MOVEMENT X NOSTGMA BAND MENTAL HEALTH BENEFIT CONCERT & SURVIVOR TESTIMONIALS FOR CHARITY!

Event to be held at the following time, date, and location:

Saturday, February 22, 2020 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PST)

OnePiece Work- Santa Monica
631 Wilshire Boulevard
#3rd floor
Santa Monica, CA 90401
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Tangible Movement is proud to present our 3rd Benefit Concert for Mental Health, featuring The NOSTGMA Band. The event will also feature "Survivor Testimonials" from:

  • Renowned actor Ignacio Serricchio aka"Nacho, who has had roles on Young and the Restless, Bones, General Hospital and most recently the Netflix series Lost in Space." He recently lost his brother to suicide.
  • Safia Mafia is a multi-genre singer and songwriter based in Los Angeles, with roots planted in Oakland, CA. She will speak about her experiences with Depression and Suicidal Ideation which started for her at the age of 6 years old after her fathers murder.
  • Torri Shack  is the Executive Director of Tangible Movement. She has battled with mental illness since the age of 14 and is a 2x attempted suicide survivor.

This special night of music and testimony is meant to raise awareness for suicide prevention. The event will highlight Tangible Movement's mission devoted to raising awareness for mental health.

Proceeds from the event will benefit Tangible Movement's mission to #endthestigma of mental health conditions.  Find out more about Tangible Movement or to make an additional donation visit www.tangiblemovement.org.

NACHO

Ignacio Serricchio aka "Nacho" is an actor and musician he has been Featured in: Lost in Space, The Mule & El Recluso.  Nacho is a mental health advocate and ambassador for Active Minds a non profit Org that is changing the conversation about mental health.  He will be speaking about the impact his brothers suicide had on him and his family.

NOSTGMA

The NOSTGMA Band is all about raising awareness for Mental Health Conditions and Suicide Prevention.

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Torri Shack is a 2x suicide attempt survivor and the Executive Director/Founder of Tangible Movement, a 501(c)(3) non-profit that focuses on ending the stimga of mental health conditions.   She will talk about her experience regarding her survival of suicide as well as tips on how to talk to people who are depressed or possibly suicidal.

Safia Mafia

Safia Mafia is a multi-genre singer and songwriter based in Los Angeles, with roots planted in Oakland, CA. Though she had always prided herself on having an outwardly light and bubbly personality, there was a lot she was masking beneath the surface. Safia has struggled with chronic depression since age 6 after her father’s murder, but it took her to reach adulthood and therapy to realize exactly what she was experiencing.

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