Words with Friends 2 has partnered with Singa’s popular mobile word game, Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation, to celebrate World Mental Health Day. The collaboration aims to promote mental health awareness by incorporating the word ‘stay’ as the word of the day on October 10, 2020.
2 words with friends Athletes will be able to find useful mental health resources, information and some support in the sport provided by the Born This Way Foundation. “Many of our communities are suffering from unprecedented levels of uncertainty and stress due to the current global health crisis,” said Bernard Kim, Singa’s Chairman of Publications.
He adds, “Words with friends are a loving sport that connects players from all over the world – the power of words gives strength, courage and hope. We want to reaffirm our commitment to our communities to know that they are not alone and to give support, acceptance and a sense of community. We are proud to partner with Bourne This Way Foundation to educate the public on the importance of mental health. ”
Here is the official artwork of the festival:
Cynthia Germanota, President and Co-Founder of the Bourne Way Foundation, added: “I am grateful for the words with friends about choosing such a powerful word, staying, reminding us of all that is important to us, what we need here, and our mental health. There are resources to support. Thanks to this initiative, we encourage open, honest conversations about mental health and highlight the urgent needs of the sports platform. ”
More mental health information and resources can be found at Born This Way Official website. You can find your mental health anchor in the foundation Hold the line, please Site. If you like to chat with friends, you can download it as a free game to play App Store and Google Play.
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