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September 10, 2019 by Foundation for Excellence in Mental Health Care

DOUBLE THE IMPACT OF YOUR DONATION

During our Matching Gift Challenge

We have some wonderful news – for you and also for the Foundation for Excellence in Mental Health Care.  We have received confirmation that one of our friends and philanthropic partners has stepped forward with a $400,000 Matching Gift Challenge!

If you are able to make a gift between now and October 31st, your contribution will be matched – dollar for dollar – by the Open Society Foundations.  For the next 52 days you can double the impact of your support for connecting philanthropy with the world’s top researchers and programs to bring recovery-based care and supports to every community.

Help us quickly turn this $400,000 gift into $800,000 so that we may continue to make great strides and impact bringing hope to individuals and their families, giving psychiatrists, psychologists and clinicians better tools, giving people better outcomes, and addressing a wide range of society’s challenges, save a great deal of public money and prevent unnecessary human suffering.

Please don’t delay.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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