We need your help!
Your business or organization can partner with the Mental Health Association to sponsor our annual fundraising, community outreach, and educational events.
Sponsorship opportunities include:
The Catoctin Affair is MHA’s signature gala attended by more than 500 guests each year. Celebrating our 24th annual event in 2022, the business, entertainment and philanthropic community have come together to produce this not to be missed event. It’s an evening to dress up, be fancy and have fun. A great opportunity for your business or organization to connect with others in the region who recognize the importance of community mental health and wellness. Sponsorships range from $600 – $10,000. Click here for more information.
The festival is a free event for young children and their families. Children can enjoy hands-on activities and entertainment while their parents learn more about local early childhood programs and services.
The festival is sponsored by Child Care Choices, a program of the Mental Health Association of Frederick County, the Interagency Early Childhood Committee, and the City of Frederick. Activity booths and entertainment are provided by programs, agencies, and businesses serving young children. A number of sponsorship opportunities are available. Click here for more information.
This annual event brings together elected officials representing our community on a local, state and national level with consumers, service providers and representatives of our business community. A featured speaker addresses current and relevant issues, advocating for the needs of our community. Elected officials are invited to attend as guests of MHA while community partners, businesses and the general public are welcome to attend for a fee. Click here for more information.
The Guide consistently remains the most comprehensive referral source for mental health and community support services available in Western Maryland. Each year MHA receives consistently positive feedbank from users of its value and purpose. Now only available in a convenient, searchable, online form, the Guide is now easier than ever to find resources for mental health and community support services – click here to visit the online, searchable Guide.