Demi Lovato Honors Dad With Mental Illness Fundraiser: Demi's Hope Dealer Shirts

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Demi Lovato continues to raise awareness – and money – for mental illness, this time with a special effort that honors her late father.

In a video Demi posted earlier this week on Facebook, she explains her partnership with Regular Hero to raise money for the Lovato Treatment Scholarship Program.

Demi explained how she created her scholarship, saying, "That program came about when I lost my birth father. He suffered from mental illness. I believe that it was actually bipolar-schizophrenic, and he didn't have the resources that he needed to get help. In honor of my dad and other people who couldn't afford mental healthcare, I wanted to create a way for people to help others get the help that they need."

Check out the shirts Demi designed for her "Hope Dealer" campaign at RegularHero.org, with 100 percent of the proceeds going to the Lovato Treatment Scholarship Program.




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