MHAS' 2020 Virtual Annual Celebration

October 21, 2020 @ 6:00PM — 7:00PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Celebrating the work of those fighting to end mental health stigma and advance the rights of people with mental health disabilities.

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There are currently no tickets available for this event, but you can still make a donation.

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HONOREES | SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES | TICKETS & TRIBUTES | MISSION


ABOUT THE ANNUAL CELEBRATION
The Annual Celebration is Mental Health Advocacy Services' largest event of the year bringing together attorneys, mental health professionals, advocates, consumers, and supporters to honor those fighting to protect and advance the rights of people with mental health disabilities.

Due to the public health crisis, MHAS will be hosting its first ever Virtual Annual Celebration with special appearances by LA City Mayor Eric Garcetti and Writer, Producer & Former Therapist Emily V. Gordon. You won't want to miss this star-studded event!

HONOREES
This year, MHAS will be honoring Esmé Weijun Wang and Patrick Kennedy for their outstanding contributions to the field of mental health.


SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
When represented by a knowledgeable attorney, people are much more likely to obtain a favorable outcome in their public benefits, housing discrimination, and employment cases. Your support helps low-income people with mental health disabilities obtain access to free legal advice and representation.

Click on each of our Sponsorship levels to learn more:

TICKETS & TRIBUTE PAGES
Ticket purchases are 100% tax-deductible and include a personally delivered party box to be delivered before the event. Each party box will include a tribute journal and other fun items to be announced soon.

The specs for tribute pages are as follow:
Half-Page Tribute: $500 (3.75”H x 5”W)
Full-Page Tribute: $1,000 (7.75”H x 5”W)

MISSION
The mission of Mental Health Advocacy Services is to protect and advance the legal rights of children and adults with mental disabilities, in order to maximize autonomy, promote equality, and secure the resources needed to thrive in the community.

Visit www.mhas-la.org or click here to learn more about our work.