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MAY Comedy Madness

A personal campaign sponsored by Like 2 Laugh Comedians

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Comedians and fans support serious cause; mental health

As 1 in 5 people suffer from mental illness we know there are many comedians/artists/performers battling daily with addiction, anxiety, depression, insomnia, bipolar disorder, and more. To raise awareness and funds for BBRF, over 64 performers will go LIVE on Zoom and Facebook LIVE Fridays in MAY 9pm ET.

Inspired by the NCAA Basketball Tournament, these comedians will go one-on-one to benefit the Brain and Behavior Research Foundation throughout the month in the 14th annual -[March]- MAY Comedy Madness; a single elimination bracketed stand-up tourney. 

Please fulfill your pledge and/or donate today:

  • $10-$100 would help support a comedian's pledge
  • $250-$500 would help support the production cost of a show
  • $1000 or more would sponsor one bracket of sixteen and/or have the championship prize awarded in the honor of your choosing.

Thank you for supporting us in our battle against mental illness and for better mental health for all.

More about and to see the show: 

More about BBRF below:

  • Since 1987, the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation (BBRF) has awarded more than $408 million to fund more than 5,900 grants to more than 4,800 scientists around the world.

  • According to the Rand Corporation, BBRF is the nation’s top non-governmental funder of mental health research grants.

  • The mission of the Foundation is to alleviate the suffering caused by mental illness by awarding grants that will lead to advances and breakthroughs in scientific research.

  • 100% of every dollar donated for research is invested in our research grants. Our operating expenses are covered by separate foundation grants.

  • The Foundation only funds scientists whose research is reviewed and recommended by a world-renowned Scientific Council including a Nobel Prizewinner and chairs of psychiatric departments.

  • Learn more about the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation.