Denver Bowling 4 Brain Health tournament set to be held by Jr Joker Foundation

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The Jr (junior) Joker Foundation is gearing up for its third annual competition, the Bowling 4 Brain Health tournament, which will be held on July 8th. The main objective of this event is to generate funds for the promotion of men's mental health awareness.

Taking place at Bowlero Cherry Creek, the tournament will run from 3-7 p.m.

"Our aim is to organize events that encourage men to break their silence," explained Nicky Small, the founder and CEO of the Jr Joker Foundation. "It is crucial for men to express their thoughts and concerns so that we can provide them with the necessary assistance. We hope that by bringing the community together, we can create awareness about mental health issues and empower men to share their stories. This initiative was born two years ago, following the tragic loss of my brother to suicide. I started this non-profit organization and organized the tournament in his memory, aiming to create a safe space for men to open up."

This event promises to be a remarkable opportunity for like-minded individuals to contribute to a worthy cause while engaging in a spirited game of bowling.

The Jr Joker Foundation will be hosting an exciting event in Denver called the Bowling 4 Brain Health tournament. This event aims to shed light on the issue of mental health and break down the stigma associated with it, particularly among men.

According to Small, there exists a significant social stigma that prevents men from openly discussing their mental health problems. Many individuals in this situation often feel a sense of weakness, fear judgment from others, and believe that speaking up will result in them being looked down upon. Small emphasizes the importance of overcoming this stigma and encourages men to speak up and seek support.

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