MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Kevin Hines, known for jumping off
the Golden Gate Bridge and surviving, is in the Twin Cities speaking at
several area schools about his battles with bipolar disorder and his
suicide attempt. Hines was recently profiled on the ABC news program
"20/20" and is featured in the documentary The Bridge being released
nationally in selected cites tomorrow.
His visit is a critical piece of the programming of SAVE, Suicide
Awareness Voices of Education, a non-profit organization based out of
Minnesota whose mission is to prevent suicide through public awareness and
education, eliminate stigma and serve as a resource to those touched by
As part of his work with SAVE, Hines will also be speaking at the Third
Annual Soup It Up For Kids fundraiser tonight, October 26, 2006 from 6:00 -
8:30 pm. The event will be held at Midland Hills Country Club, 2001 Fulham
Street, St Paul, Minnesota. Dr. Daniel Reidenberg, Executive Director of
SAVE, will also be a guest speaker at the event.
The event benefits the Roseville Area Schools Foundation, Suicide
Awareness Voices of Education (SAVE) and Young Life of the Northern Twin
Cities. Tickets may be purchased by contacting SAVE at 952-946-7998.
Stop depression from taking another life.
Dr. Daniel Reidenberg
SAVE - Suicide Awareness Voices of Education
9001 E. Bloomington Frwy. Suite 150
Minneapolis, MN 55420
Cell - 612-741-1354
SOURCE SAVE - Suicide Awareness Voices of Education