• SheanaFirth

The MHA Expands Program Thanks to The Indian River Community Foundation

Updated: Jan 20


In January 2020 Indian River Community Foundation awarded $25,000 to the Mental Health Association in Indian River County, matching the efforts of the MHA in raising the same amount for the School Violence & Suicide Prevention Program through a local outreach campaign. An outright grant of $25,000 was made in October 2019 with a match challenge for MHA to raise an additional $25,000. The MHA reached 970 students in Indian River County middle and high schools through their School Violence & Suicide Prevention Program in 2019. The total $50,000 grant provided though the Community Enrichment Fund will help them meet their goal of reaching 2,337 students in 2020.



Pictured here are donors Joanne Quaile of Toyota of Vero Beach, Kathie and Michael Pierce, and Robin Williams; Indian River Community Foundation CEO Jeff Pickering; and representing Mental Health Association in IRC are Dr. Nick Coppola, Amy Wagner, Angela Guzenski and Sheana Firth.  

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