2023 Catoctin Affair
Celebrating the 25th Annual Fundraising Gala Supporting Mental Health in Frederick County
25th Annual Catoctin Affair
Saturday, May 20, 2023
Frederick Fairgrounds, Building 9
We are excited to announce the 25th Anniversary of Catoctin Affair, Frederick’s highly regarded fundraiser. A night where the community comes together to raise awareness and resources to support the critical work MHA does each and every day. Thank you to our community for your advocacy and support of mental health!
The need is great, as we continue to see a record number of clients in-person and through tele-health, answering over 51,000 calls in our 24-hour Call Center and providing support and resources to more than 55,000 community members. A client recently shared, “You kept me going through a very difficult time, you were my safety net.”
Join us for an elegant night of culinary excellence, a complimentary bar, an inspiring program, a live auction with a live appeal followed by dancing. Proceeds from this annual event benefit the Mental Health Association of Frederick County’s vital programs that are essential to the day to day operations of our lifesaving organization.
Thank You to Our Generous 2023 Catoctin Affair Sponsors!
2023 Catoctin Affair Sponsorship Opportunities
We are SOLD OUT!
Thank you to our generous community the 25th Annual Catoctin Affair is SOLD OUT! We look forward to celebrating the good work that supports the emotional and mental wellness of our community.
Your donation makes all the difference. Join MHA in building a community where children can grow and thrive without fear, where good mental health is valued, where people of all ages know when and how to seek help for emotional or family problems without shame, and where everyone will have access to mental health services without barriers.Donate Now
Thank You To Our 2023 Catoctin Affair Sponsors
We are honored to recognize 2023 Catoctin Affair sponsors who generously support MHA’s critical programs and services – thank you! Proceeds are used to support MHA’s Crisis Services and vital programs and services provided by the Mental Health Association of Frederick County that are simply not possible without the support of our many generous supporters.