You may be wondering.…
How do I get involved?
It’s very simple! Fill out this form. We then will send you a packet filled with activities and ideas for Elementary schools, Middle schools, High schools, and communities. Most importantly, wear purple on February 8th, 2019.
Do I need to pay to participate?
No, there is no fee required to participate on P.S. I Love You Day. The only fee that P.S. I Love You Day may cost you is if you decide to purchase apparel or materials to help celebrate P.S. I Love You Day.
When my friends and I first discovered P.S. I Love You Day, we had no clue what color to do. In my original packet I had created to give to my principal, I had made the writing purple. We had orange, yellow, pink, and purple all in mind. However, it was purple that spoke to us- a soft, yet powerful, warm, beautiful color. Now we can’t help but look at purple and immediately think…P.S. I Love You Day.
Only one day?
All it takes is one day. One day to wake up in the morning and turn your entire life around-let February 8th, 2019 be that day. Preparing for that day, mentally and physically, is a process of self-discovery, self-reflection, and is filled with a sense of excitement. When you wake up that morning and see a sea of purple, you’re overwhelmed with a sense of community, belonging, and the feeling of love that you’ve been longing for. You then can take this new sense of empowerment and you’re able to spread it, use it in your daily life, go out and change the world, and spread the love. Each year you’re able to reflect on P.S. I Love You Day and truly realize how much you’ve grown in just one short year. The LOVE you feel in one day, changes your life for an eternity.
How many years has this been celebrated?
February 8th, 2019 will mark the 9th year!
If I make a donation, where will it go?
Your kind donation allows us to continue our Student Ambassador Program and Scholarship program (only at West Islip High School right now, but we hope to expand it to students across the Tri-State and eventually the country). In addition, we make a yearly donation to the Long Island Crisis Center and other local organizations. Please be sure to check out their incredible work here.
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