Support Alcott Center this Season and receive a limited edition print!
The New York Times recently noted that: "...one in four American adults has a psychiatric disorder in any given year...and these disorders are the leading cause of disability in this country..." Helping people maintain self-esteem and lending a hand are strongly held values and central to Alcott's mission. We think you'll agree that the pressure of living day-to-day can be overwhelming for just about anyone - let alone someone suffering with a debilitating mental disease. You can help by directly supporting the work we do: providing housing, meals, medications, therapy sessions, life skills and creative workshops.
A short story
Michael has been coming to Alcott Center for some time to see his doctor. He participates in the Art Program and recently had an opportunity to display his works at Alcott's first on-site exhibition. On receiving his first check from the sale proceeds he said: "You don't know what this means to me - I get to share my work and make a bit of money - it all really helps and could not come at a better time."
Programs like this are not supported by government funding - so every dollar you give makes a difference in the lives of people we serve.
At a time when funding for mental health services is scarcer than ever your gift can have real impact, for example:
· $50 = One day of housing care
· $100 = Fifty meals at our Graduate House apartments
· $250 = Four group therapy sessions
Special Prints by Alcott Artists
As an added incentive this year, we are pleased to offer donors at the $250 level and above a beautiful, 13"x19" inch, limited edition archival print signed by an Alcott artist. These works will fit in nearly any home or office environment or make a beautiful gift.
Just click on the DONATE BUTTON below, make your contribution of $250 or more and we'll contact you about your print. If you have any questions, call Bill Moreno at 310.785.2121. x206 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org with your choice.
All limited-edition prints are digitally rendered on Pro Platinum Archival paper, sized 13"x19" signed, unframed and sent via US post. One print per donor.
Alcott Center for Mental Health Services
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT OF THE ALCOTT CENTER