The MHSA Awards Ceremony honors the achievements of current and former clients in MHSA-funded programs in San Francisco. All staff and peers of MHSA-funded programs are invited to nominate clients and fellow peers.
This year’s ceremony will be held on Tuesday, October 25, 2016. We will meet from 10:00am – 1:00pm at the Scottish Rite Masonic Center, 2850 19th Ave, San Francisco CA, 94132. A light lunch will be served on-site after the ceremony.
You can find a copy of the nomination form, and instructions on how to submit it, here.
Extended Deadline: Nominations are due by 5pm on Friday, September 30, 2016.
We hope to see you there!
The Wornick Tzedakah Project is a grade-wide project centered around Tzedakah. Tzedakah is the Jewish value of obligatory giving. In the 7th grade Tzedakah Project, we each choose a Jewish value and social issue that aligns with the values we selected. Then we choose a non-profit organization that enacts the value and supports or fights the social issue to write an essay on. We then advocate, volunteer, and fundraise on the behalf of the organization.
Celebrating Innovators & Champions of Mental Health
May 19, 2016
5:00pm – 7:00pm | Registration at 4:30pm
Farella Braun + Martel LLP, Russ Building
235 Montgomery Street, 17th Floor, San Francisco
Please join Mental Health Association of San Francisco in honoring our community’s champions and innovators in mental health and recovery. MHASF’s benefit event celebrates leaders who have dedicated themselves to advancing mental health, promoting recovery and fighting stigma. The event is dedicated to recognizing our community’s outstanding mental health leaders while helping MHASF continuing its mission to fight stigma of mental illness.
LET’S NOT HANG UP ON OUR COMMUNITY!
We are facing critical funding limitations which threaten our ability to keep the WARM LINE running. Without your support, the WARM LINE is in serious jeopardy of closure, effectively ‘hanging up’ on our community that has benefited so much from this unique support. Your contribution directly funds the core necessary expense of the call center—literally keeping the phones ringing, the doors open, and the lights on.