On January 16, 2015, a Titusville middle school student ended her own life. Hannah Cline was a beautiful, talented, and seemingly well-balanced child. Although loved by so many, Hannah was able to hide her deep feelings of pain and depression, and she ended up believing that her only escape was through suicide. She has left behind a devastated community and heartbroken family and friends.
Out of this tragedy has come the inspiration to form Hannah's Heroes, Inc. — a non-profit 501(c)3 grassroots organization with a passionate mission to draw attention to our struggling youth population. We will work with and through community agencies and partners to develop solutions that will provide support for our community and prevent other losses.
About Hannah's Heroes
Initiated in February 2015 by Lyn Cline Bulifant, Hannah's Mom, and Liz Mikitarian, a long-time area educator, Hannah's Heroes has accomplished much in its short existence. We have developed a board of directors and a student advisory group, and we have established ourselves as a non-profit corporation in the state of Florida. We have held a Bullying Town Hall Meeting and conducted online surveys to gather information related to teen issues. Our website, Facebook, and Instagram presence has been established. We are organizing behind an effort to implement Sources of Strength Youth Support programming in pilot schools in North Brevard.
Hannah's Heroes welcomes your donation of time or treasure and hope that you will help spread the word about our efforts.