The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester is raising $100,000 in aid

MHCGM auctioneer Scott Reed used his humor during the live auction to support mental health benefits. courtesy photo

MANCHESTER, New Hampshire— The 23rdapprox Hosted by The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester (MHCGM), the annual mental health celebration on October 24 raised over $100,000 through live and silent auctions, prize draws and event sponsorship. The net profit represents a new record amount for the fundraiser and will help provide children, young people and adults in Greater Manchester with access to the treatments, services and programs offered at the MHCGM. More than 50 different community partners, businesses and organizations supported the charity to help improve the quality of life of people affected by mental illness.

Arthur Sullivan, Lead Partner of Brady Sullivan Properties, shared at the event: “Shane and I have supported the Mental Health Center for Greater Manchester for the last 16 years and we are delighted to be presenting sponsors for the 6th tonightth year in a row. Brady Sullivan Properties is proud to support various organizations in our communities and this organization and event will always be one of the most important ones we support. We see every day how a person’s mental well-being impacts their ability to succeed. That person can be a family member, an employee or colleague, the person next to us at the grocery store, a stranger on the street, or even ourselves. It is our responsibility as a community to help those individuals who need help by supporting organizations like the Mental Health Center and events like today’s annual celebration.”

We are blown away by the success of our annual benefit program,” said Rik Cornell, VP of Community Relations, MHCGM. “It shows how supportive our community is and how well our supporters know that mental wellbeing is just as important as physical health.” to continue to ensure a better future for those who seek our care.”

The annual celebration is the premier annual fundraiser for MHCGM and attracts more supporters to the cause each year. The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester is a 501(c) 3 organization and is the largest community mental health provider in the state of NH with programs and services to support all age groups.

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