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During the last months, many artists have come out sharing their personal struggles and expressing their support for people dealing with the same issues. Ekali, Alison Wonderland, Illenium and more have shared their thoughts, with Ookay's touching story being the most recent. 

In light of World Suicide Prevention Day on September 10th, producer Kygo decided to donate $30,000 to To Write Love On Her Arms; a donation that will go "toward connecting people to the help they need and deserve" as he said in an Instagram post.

Read his full post below and in case you want to donate to TWLOHA's "Tomorrow Needs You" campaign, you can contribute here.  

If you or someone close to you are struggling with mental health issues or depression, don't hesitate to reach out for help. 

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