Sonic Temple is Giving Back to Childrens Hospital


For passes sold between now and May 14th, Sonic Temple will be directly donating back for all passes sold in Ohio

The support of the music world has been crucial for initiatives aimed at helping children around the world. Through benefit concerts, charity singles, and other fundraising efforts, musicians have raised awareness and funds for organizations that provide critical services to children in need. Whether it’s providing food, education, healthcare, or shelter, the music world has played a significant role in improving the lives of vulnerable children. Sonic Temple will do it.

For passes sold between now and May 14th (while supplies last), Sonic Temple will be directly donating back for all passes sold in Ohio!


ICYMI, we’re partnering with On Our Sleeves Movement For Children’s Mental Health.

About Our Sleeves

Building A World Where Mental Health Is Part of the Upbringing of Every Child

“…a national health crisis…”

“…a national emergency.”

Quotes from the U.S. Surgeon General and American Academy of Pediatrics respectively show just how urgent addressing children’s mental health is. 

We know a lot of adults didn’t grow up talking about mental health. And because kids don’t wear their thoughts on their sleeves, we don’t know what they are going through.

That’s why The On Our Sleeves Movement For Children’s Mental Health is on a mission to give expert-created resources to all U.S. communities so everyone can understand and promote mental health for children. Our vision is to build a world where mental health is a part of the upbringing of every single child—but it’s no easy task.

We do that by providing all families in the U.S. resources to break stigmas, understand mental health and teach skills to boost mental health and wellness. That includes access to free guides, skill building tools like conversation-starters, videos, curriculum for schools and workplaces and more, created by the experts from Nationwide Children’s Hospital and our collaborating partners.

Creating A National Children’s Mental Health Movement

Since then, On Our Sleeves has grown into a national movement dedicated to providing free educational resources across the U.S.

In 2022, more than 6 million people accessed resources for their home, school, organization or workplace. We will continue to do everything so that one day, we live in a world where mental health is talked about like physical health. Read more about our impact.


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