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The Kitchen Sink Project is just a group of twenty one pilots fans working together for a good cause. We are not  affiliated with the band.


In 2016, a group of people were brought together by a love for the band twenty one pilots. They started and participated in numerous projects, rallying together other twenty one pilots fans along the way. After seeing what amazing things can be accomplished when people are united, this group was determined to make a positive impact in the world. In 2018, they started the Kitchen Sink Project, named after the twenty one pilots song "Kitchen Sink".


The Kitchen Sink Project hosts one fundraiser annually* for a local or statewide nonprofit organization that provides mental health awareness or suicide prevention services. These events, called H.O.P.E.S. events, include a silent auction, live performances, and other fun activities that are unique to each fundraiser. The items featured in our silent auctions include original works of art and custom merchandise created by members of the extremely talented Skeleton Clique (the fanbase of the band twenty one pilots). Even our performers are part of the Clique (with some occasional special guests)! We also reach out to local area businesses to help provide products and services at our events. We love seeing people come together to support their communities!

H.O.P.E.S. is an acronym for Helping Others Provide Emotional Support, which is the aim and focus of our fundraising events. Each member of our team has a passion for mental health awareness. For some of us, it stems from personal battles against mental illness. For others, it's a result of how we see the lack of mental health awareness impacting the world. For many of us, it is both. We want to raise awareness about mental health resources and suicide prevention programs all over the country. Our goal is to help provide some financial assistance to organizations that provide these services to their communities. There is an ever-growing need for these organizations, and we understand that financial resources can be spread very thin. We want to do our part. We have seen the Skeleton Clique come together to do wonderful things. It's time we used our talents to reach out and give back to the world around us.

*Please note that as we prepare to launch The Kitchen Sink Project as its own official nonprofit organization, we are putting our H.O.P.E.S. events on hold until 2022. We are still accepting nominations for organizations and assisting nonprofits nationwide!


Our team wants to help nonprofits all over the country, even when we aren't hosting or preparing a H.O.P.E.S. event! During our off-season, or in between our events, we promote nonprofits on our social media pages to help get the word out about their mission and services. We may also volunteer at our featured nonprofit and interview the staff or board, host an online giving campaign, or donate the sales from our Etsy shop to them! There are numerous possibilities. If there is a nonprofit in your area that you think deserves more notoriety for their good work, please nominate them to receive support from us! We would love to hear more about them and the services they are providing to their community. Click the button below to get started!

Our Team

Founder & Chief Executive Officer


Molly has been creating and organizing projects with the Skeleton Clique since 2016, primarily within the Reddit community. She earned her BS in Psychology in 2015 and her MS in School Counseling in 2018. By day, Molly is a psychological examiner for students in grades 5-8 and was previously a K-8 school counselor. She has a heart for mental health awareness and sees firsthand the need for more easily accessible services every single day. Through the Kitchen Sink Project, Molly hopes to provide assistance to organizations and communities across the nation. Molly lives in Missouri with her dog. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, writing, being outside, eating, and making terrible puns.

Chief Executive Officer


Nicole is a registered intern in the state of Florida working towards her license to practice Mental Health Therapy. She has a BA in Psychology and a BA in English Literature (both earned in 2012) and an MS in Mental Health Counseling (earned in 2017). Always passionate about helping, Nicole strives to make a difference in the lives of others, even if it's a small one. She has past experience planning fundraising events for nonprofit organizations and brings a wealth of knowledge to our team. Through this project, Nicole hopes that she will be able to remind others that in all of the darkness, there will always be a speck of light to guide you through. Nicole lives in Florida with her dog. She loves collecting things and prides herself on being a huge nerd.

Chief Financial Officer


With academic and applied experience in financing and fundraising, Justin is an essential member of our team. Justin is also a social media manager and photographer for a local nonprofit. He loves seeing people come together as a force for good and is excited to be a part of this project. He also has past experience serving as treasurer for projects within the Skeleton Clique. Justin lives in Ohio. When he's not helping others, Justin likes to game.

Creative Director


Kinley graduated with her BFA in Graphic and Web Design in 2019. She loves working on graphic design projects and has experience designing logos, websites, posters, t-shirts, and other types of promotional materials. She also has experience planning and hosting video game tournaments. Kinley brings a keen sense of creativity to the table and hopes that she is able to help make a positive impact in many communities as a part of our team. She lives in Texas with her dogs, cat, and many fish. When she has free time, she likes to game or watch The Office.