Little Orange Fish invites YOU to join us for a powerful and inclusive evening for our annual fundraiser. This event is a celebration of 10 years of dedicated commitment to advocating for greater access to higher quality mental healthcare for all in our community.
This will be a free and open-to-the-public event at The Shed at Stovehouse, with a captivating Exhibit of Artistic Diversity that will showcase the breadth of diversity and richness of human experiences and perspectives in our community. There will be a featured exhibit from the extraordinary artists from Inside Out Studio.
In addition, we recognize the power of music to uplift and bring people together. The event will feature engaging and diverse musical entertainment led by Marcus and Friends, which will not only entertain but also inspire conversations that build connections.
Through Diverse Music and Art, the evening promises to encourage dialogue to reduce stigma, promote positive mental health practices and strengthen our community.
Together, let us celebrate our 10 Year Anniversary and create a community that values diversity, nurtures wellbeing and ensures that we all have access to high quality mental healthcare.
This event is free to all, but donations are welcomed and encouraged. All donations support the Little Orange Fish initiatives: ‘feelings are Real’, ‘Here for you’, ‘Expressions’, and ‘Inner Defense‘.
Donation information can be found at this link: https://littleorangefish.org/donate
Little Orange Fish was founded to support the premise that every individual can benefit from and deserves access to quality mental health care.
The vision is that through research and education, better quality mental health care with a greater continuity of care can be made accessible to all. Realizing this vision will do much more than save lives by reducing acts of violence and self-harm. It will also greatly enhance the quality of life for the tens of millions in the US, and the hundreds of millions worldwide, who suffer in silence from a variety of emotional and mental health issues.
‘A strong community is built of healthy individuals
and good health starts with a healthy mind.’