We would like to recognize our major supporting donors. Without them, we would not be able to make mental healthcare more accessible to the community. For that, we are deeply grateful. 

Diamond Philanthropists

Diamond Philanthropists have donated at least $10,000 to mental health, marriage & family, and social work services for the community.

Platinum Philanthropists

Platinum Philanthropists have donated at least $5,000 to mental health, marriage & family, and social work services for the community.

Gold Philanthropists

Gold Philanthropists have donated at least $2,500 to mental health, marriage & family, and social work services for the community.

Barbara Olsen (Tecumseh, MI)
2017/2018 Gold Philanthropist

Silver Philanthropists

Silver Philanthropists have donated at least $1,000 to mental health, marriage & family, and social work services for the community.

Bronze Philanthropists

Bronze Philanthropists have donated at least $500 to mental health, marriage & family, and social work services for the community.

Notable Philanthropists

Notable Philanthropists have donated at least $100 to mental health, marriage & family, and social work services for the community.

Louise Strano-Cashin (Miami, FL)
2017 Notable Philanthropist

Mary Rainsberger (Miami, FL)
2017 Notable Philanthropist

In Kind Donors:

"A 'charitable contribution' is tax deductible for a donor if it is “to” or “for the use of” a charity... In-kind donations generally fall into one of three categories: -direct payment by a donor of a bill owed by the charity to a third party. - donations of goods. - donations of services." - CharitableAllies.org

Edward Johnston Group (Orlando, FL),
2018-2020 In-Kind Donor

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Suleiman Musallam, CPA, MBA (Orlando, FL)
2016 & 2017 In-Kind Donor



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