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5 Easy Ways to Get Involved

Getting involved and making a difference doesn’t need to be difficult. Here are 5 easy ways you can start spreading mental health awareness in your community today:

1. Volunteer

Whether at one of our events, or in our offices, volunteering at The Baker Center is the perfect way to become a part of the critical mental health work we’re providing for children and families every day. Volunteering is an amazing option for those who want to give back and make a difference. 

2. Attend an event

Coming out to support one of our in-person fundraising events is a great way to make a difference. Not only that, but if you’re eager to connect with other families, it’s the perfect opportunity. Whether it’s our Hopes & Dreams Gala or our Annual Golf Tournament, we welcome all members of our community. Click here to view upcoming events.

3. Post on social media

Don’t have time to volunteer or attend an event? No problem! A quick and easy way to spread awareness is to simply make a social media post. Whether you’re posting facts and figures or sharing a resource from The Baker Center, making a difference is a click away.

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4. Share your story

If you or someone you love has been impacted by the work of The Baker Center, or even just a mental health condition in general, sharing your story can be an incredibly healing and helpful process. Your voice can reach hundreds of other families struggling with the same issues you are. By sharing your story, you can make a connection with others and let them know things aren’t hopeless. You can help support and guide those in need. If you’re interested in sharing your story with our team, send us an email!

5. Donate

A contribution of any size can make a huge difference for the children and families we serve. Donations directly support our vital programs such as The Manville School, Camp Baker, Next Step, The Center for Effective Therapy, and much more. When you donate to The Baker Center, you’re directly impacting children in need. Learn more here.