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B4Stage4 Luncheon


B4Stage4 Luncheon

With special guest Kevin Hines

Luncheon & Friend-raiser
May 21, 2019

11:30 – 1:15
Bridgewater Place
205 Bridgewater Road
Knoxville, TN 37923

Lunch is free. Please RSVP your attendance, willingness to host or sponsor a table by calling 865-584-9125 or emailing ben@mhaet.com.

Tables seating (8) can be sponsored for $350.

Sponsored tables will receive premium seating and be recognized at the B4Stage 4 Luncheon.

B4Stage 4 Luncheon & Friend-raiser is an educational event and fundraiser to support the Mental Health Association of East Tennessee.

All contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by the IRS.

 

Registration

B4Stage 4 Luncheon & Friend-raiser

May 21, 2019 Reply by May 13, 2019
  • Sponsor a Table

  • Price: $350.00 Quantity:
  • Name & Special Dietary Needs: (V - Vegetarian • G - Gluten Free)
  • Donate

  • $0.00
  • 50% of table price is tax deductible. Contributions are 100% tax deductible. For more information or make reservations call 865-584-9125

Board of Directors

Scott Anderson
Mary Beth Blevins
Drema Bowers
Scott Branham, Treasurer
Liz Clary
Lindsey Cody
David Cunningham
Ginger Evans, Past President
Mark Field, President-Elect
Dawn Fortich
Lewis Frazer
Linda Glasgow
Leanne Human-Hilliard
Roger Nooe, Past President
Daphne Odom
Cecilia Petersen, Past President
Sandra Rowcliffe, President
Emily Scheuneman
Steve Sexton, Past President
Tim Tatum
Katie Rosas Valentino
Harry Wade
Tammy White
Michael Yates, VP for Public Policy

Staff

Ben Harrington
Linda Beaty
Caitlin Ensley

Mental Health 101

Erin Bennett
Brittany Hillard
Rochelle Mayes
April Tucker

Peer Recovery Call Center

Toby Lopez
Janice Prince
Tina Wilder

About Kevin Hines —

Kevin Hines is an award-winning global speaker, bestselling author, documentary filmmaker, and suicide prevention and mental health advocate who has reached millions with his story of an unlikely survival and his strong will to live.

Two years after he was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, he attempted to take his life by jumping from the Golden Gate Bridge.

Kevin’s will to live and stay mentally well has inspired people worldwide. His compelling story has touched diverse, global audiences within colleges and universities, high schools, corporations, clergy, military, clinicians, health and medical communities, law enforcement organizations, and various corporations.

Kevin’s story inspires us all to intervene B4Stage 4!

The Mental Health Association offers all services to eligible persons regardless of race, color, national origin or disability.