Join Mental Health Professionals for Good

As we approach the third year of the COVID-19 pandemic, the mental health crisis is only continuing to rise across our communities. Join a community of mental health professionals coming together to make a difference. Mental Health Professionals for Good (MHPG) network members gather each quarter to pool our collective donations, learn about nonprofits raising mental health awareness, and vote on which ones to support together.

Mental Health Professionals for Good

Connecting Local Leaders

Curran Otis

Curran Otis

CEO at Tranquil Waters Counseling LLC

Emily Rasmussen

Emily Rasmussen

Grapevine Founder & CEO

Summer Lee

Summer Lee

Ceo|Founder at Send HEPi

Dr. Lauren D. Pitts, EdD, LMFT

Dr. Lauren D. Pitts, EdD, LMFT

Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist | Sports Mental Health Empowerment Coach

Otieno Okatch

Otieno Okatch

President/CEO at PALS, Inc.

Kathryn Felicetta

Kathryn Felicetta

Psychotherapist at Empower Your Mind Therapy

Launching in the spring of 2022, MHPG members will donate $50 per quarter with the goal of raising at least $5,000 each quarter. We then decide together how to direct our funds.

Mental Health Professionals for Good

Join the movement

Benefits of Joining

Make a commitment to give back to mental health causes all year round. Learn about nonprofits, network with a community of individuals committed to this cause, and more.

1

Grow your network...
Meet and make meaningful connections with other mental health professionals who care about this cause.

2

Make a bigger difference...
Pool your $50 donation with 100 others and amplify your impact. That’s $20,000 for mental health nonprofits every year!

3

Have fun & socialize...
Come together in quarterly events to socialize, discover and vote on nonprofits, and make a bigger difference together.

4

Repeat each quarter!
Continue networking, meeting & inviting new members, and growing your group and impact.

Bridget Conway-Taylor, Black Trans Lives Thrive

“It was impressive to raise $2,000. But now I’ve raised over $20,000, from over 100 people, and it’s still growing. That’s something pretty amazing to me.”

Bridget Conway-Taylor, Black Trans Lives Thrive

Chris Chan, Co-founder of VocalMinority

“Grapevine and its network of grantmakers have been instrumental in connecting our giving circle with high quality nonprofits in line with our values.”

Chris Chan, Co-founder of VocalMinority

Lynne Kelleher - 100 Women Who Care Bucks County

“My giving circle group helped to have people in my center of influence to see me in a different light. I’m not just a successful realtor, I’m a giver. A supporter of my community.”

Lynne Kelleher - 100 Women Who Care Bucks County

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