Forever14.org is taking over Defy, transforming this trampoline experience into a giant sleepover for 50 teens. Our lock-in starts at 11pm and last all night till 6am on Valentine's day when we all walk out of the dark, shining our light on a 3 Cay walk around the Marina to remember those who died by suicide and to commit to be #SuicideFreeBy2023. Parents and supporters are welcome to join us on the Sunrise walk.
As with most teen sleepovers there will be little sleeping. Our friend @KRizz775 is going to get us all moving and grooving to the sounds of his Blessings & Love. Check out his style at Krizzmusic.com. Next up is story time. We have several guest speakers coming out to share their stories and inspire us all to be kind, inclusive and empathetic towards all humans. Everybody has a story and these are some of the best.
Dancing and Story time is not all we have planned. Defy is a huge trampoline experience with obstacles, a trapeze and swing, dodgeball, silks, ninja course, air track, slackline, warped wall, zip line and more. It the perfect padded room to test your limits and literally go off the wall!!!
We are practicing covid protocol. Defy has a strict policy to keep everyone safe. You can find out more at https://www.defysparks.com/cleaning Everyone attending must have a signed waiver on file for Defy and a signed waiver for Forever14.org. NO ONE WILL BE ALLOWED TO LEAVE THE EVENT WITHOUT A PARENT PRESENT. Safety is our #1 concern.
This event is limited to 50 teens and will fill up quickly. Please register at https://bit.ly/3qlSAHT. The cost is $25 and is non refundable. Once all spots are filled, we will begin a waitlist. For parents, if you would like to chaperone, please message us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will have a total of 10 adults plus two staff members to help us facilitate this one of a kind night.
Forever14.org is committed to creating original events that advance conversation and human connection to prevent teen suicide. Our goal is to be #SuicideFreeBy2023 the year Caleb would have graduated. Teens, were ready to meet you where you are at. Come on out and have some fun. We're all in this together!
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Forever14 was formed by a grieving family and a group of dedicated community members after the untimely passing of Caleb Stenvold at the tender age of 14. Caleb was a son, brother, student, athlete, and friend to all. Now he is “Forever14” and will never see what a bright future he had ahead of him...
We will fight the good fight for you - our sweet son, Caleb.
We miss you everyday.