Welcome to our new site

Thanks for visiting our new website and your support in The Brandon Marshall Foundation. We’re so excited to launch this site and have the ability to raise awareness about mental health and bring the topic to a worldwide discussion. We appreciate it more than words can express. Check back soon for more updates!

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  • Patrick

    I love the new site, but I love what you stand for even more, on and off the field. What an incredible way to make a positive impact in your profession, your community, your world, and the lives of young people everywhere. Keep doing exactly what you’re doing, Brandon. I know you want to win that Lombardi Trophy, and we Bears fans love you for it, but you’re already a hero. Period. Thank you!

  • Jay church

    I think it’s great Brandon is getting the word out on mental health! I’m bipolar and done tons research on it. Too many people don’t get help and don’t get treated. The world need more people like Brandon with a mental illness to speak out.

  • Hajar Slade

    Hello Mr. Marshall thank you for sharing this information on the view i wouldn’t even known that May was mental ill awareness month. In 1983 or 1984 my mother check herself in a mental institution when she was 21 yrs. old I was 4 yrs old and that was the last time i seen my mom and now I’m 35 yrs. old before then i remember little things that my mom was doing that i didn’t know that wasn’t normal like staring at walls and she’ll just have me in the room with her sitting on the floor. wearing the wrong type of clothing that didn’t match the season. My mother realize it was getting worse for her and check herself in and decided to put me up for adoption and her reason was she wanted to get help and she wanted me to be in a better place cause she wasn’t capable to take care of me anymore. So i thank you for your story and educating society of mental illness. I hope eventually this awareness will have a national day like breast cancer awareness and have a color to wear in the games 🙂 One more thing before i go You’re one of my son top 5 wide receivers lol he play football also he’s 12 and he’s a defense end he says he’s going to be the next Jadaevon Clowney lol.

  • Faylon Smith


    You said it all today with your donation. The Bears said it all with your extension. From a young adult suffering from BPD you truly are an inspiration. You got my attention with those green shoes. Now I’m learning your story.. And that I’m not alone. That I do have resources and support. That there is a up side to all of this. Thank you for what you DO and stand for. #MentalHealthAwareness #ChiBears

  • Chantel

    Congratulations, Brandon! As a marketing professional and fellow mental health advocist, your site looks fabulous!! Very excited for the impact you’ll continue to make, on and off the field.

    All the best,
    Chantel Garrett

  • Erica

    Thank you for your honesty. So many people fail to understand the mental health and what it causes in one’s life. It has affected me for many years and I’m seeking treatment without meds. I thank you for sharing your story. I live with this daily. However I won’t give up. I will try hard and give effort everyday. My children need me and I need them. Thank you a yo you and your beautiful wife.

  • Allen

    I’ve been dealing with BPD for well over half my life and even in the mental illness world it is sort of the red-headed stepchild. Many doctors don’t even know how to treat someone with BPD. I applaud you for bringing BPD and other mental illness awareness. There is such a stigma even know and I’m glad someone who had a platform and voice do bring this serious issue further into the light.

  • Jim black

    I’m so proud of the steps you are taking Brandon. I’ve followed your career for years and can see the changes you’ve made on the field. Your coming forward and acknowledging your diagnosis has helped many people. I wish others who suffer could have that same courage. I’m sorry to hear that ESPN is dragging up the past for you, but you are not that man now. We all have a past we can do nothing about. We do determine our own futures and you obviously have seized yours. Hang in there man. Good look to you and your family. I b watching on Sundays. Jim

  • Tamyra

    Thank you, watching Espn I saw the interview you r awesome keep us informed. We need more honest brothers like u. THANKS, THANKS..May God continue to bless you and your family..

  • Alfonzia Simpson, Jr.

    I am leaving this comment, addressing the recent stand Brandon took facing the media on the subject of domestic violence. Brandon, you are should an inspiration to so many, please continue to stand for honesty and truth. I have followed your career and I am so proud to see a black man standing for our young people. I am a pastor, father and friend who looks at your life and am proud to say, “YOU ARE OUR HERO AND INSPIRATION!”

    God Bless and Keep you and your family!!
    Alfonzia Simpson,Jr.

  • Fortune McLemore

    Brandon –

    My mother fit the profile for a BPD patient, but she killed herself in 1973 – long before BPD was ever classified as a personality disorder. I am studying to become a counselor, and I want personality disorders to be one of my specialties – particularly BPD. Watching your documentary tonight on the NFL Channel renewed my commitment to that. I am so proud of how you have handled this issue in your life, and your efforts to help others. You and your wife are the definition of the word “Awesome.”

  • Sam Soltwisch

    I just want to say I’m so happy that your here in Chicago doing what your doing. This is a great cause and there is no one better to lead the way.

  • Debi Delaney

    I just watched Brandon Marshall: A Football Life. What an awesome testimomy u & your wife are. Thank you for sharing your talent & life story. U r my 2nd favorite Chicago Bear…Jay Cutler still # 1. :o)

  • Vital Garcinia

    An impressive share! I have just forwarded this onto a colleague who has been conducting a little homework on this.
    And he actually ordered me dinner simply because I discovered it for him…

    lol. So allow me to reword this…. Thanks for the meal!!

    But yeah, thanks for spending the time to talk about this matter here
    on your blog.

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