Each year Carrier Clinic hosts three signature events. These events help to support the work being done on our campus every day and also help to introduce this work to many new supporters. There is an event for everyone, and we invite you to join us at one, or all three of, the following events.
Carrier Clinic Golf Classic
The Golf Classic is an annual event held in June in support of the important work being done at Carrier Clinic. The Golf Classic has numerous sponsorship opportunities as well as the availability of foursomes. For more information about our event this year and for photos of past events, please click here...
Carrier Clinic Walk of Hope and Awareness Day
In addition to helping to raise funds in support of Carrier Clinic the Walk of Hope serves as an opportunity for the community to come together to learn more about mental health and to help reduce the stigma that surrounds mental illness. Today 1 in 5 adults suffers with a treatable, mental illness but sadly only 1 in 20 will seek treatment. The primary reason that people do not seek treatment is because they are afraid others will find out.
Through events like the Walk of Hope, we can join together as a community to tear down the terrible stigma surrounding mental health and to begin to change the world we live in. You can join us as an individual walker, as a member of a team, or as a sponsor of the event. For more information about the Walk of Hope this year, and for photos of past events, click here…
Or to register yourself and/or your team for the Walk of Hope go to www.carrierclinicwalkofhope.org
Carrier Clinic Kindred Spirit Gala
Each year Carrier Clinic, and more than 300 attendees, honor individuals, companies, and organizations for the important work they have done in the field of mental health. These pioneers have accomplished things like changing legislation, providing treatment, leading advocacy efforts, providing crucial support services, or leading groundbreaking research. Each Honoree has made the world for those struggling with mental illness, and their families, a more humane and compassionate place.
We are proud to highlight the good work being done in the community by others who believe that compassionate care, treatments that provide hope, research, and support without fear of stigma are the rights of every individual, regardless of diagnosis. For more information or to purchase tickets, click here.CONTACT US ABOUT SPECIAL EVENTS
or call Donna Reed Zaleski, Director of Fund Development, at (908)281-1495