To The Daily Sun,
On behalf of Genesis Behavioral Health, we would like to offer our heartfelt thanks to the congregation of Temple B'nai Israel and their "We Care" program for selecting our organization as the recipient of the net proceeds from their May concert.
A committed and caring group of volunteers truly went above and beyond to bring a fun, energetic and successful performance of North Shore Acappella to The Winnipesaukee Playhouse on May 2. A fitting way to kick off Mental Health Month, the sold-out crowd was thoroughly entertained and enjoyed a delicious variety of refreshments donated by Moulton Farms and desserts baked by volunteers from the Temple.
Helen Keller said, "Alone we can do so little. Together, we can do so much." The We Care program is a shining example of what it means to be part of a caring and supportive community. It was a privilege to work with such a tremendous group of volunteers, all of whom were focused on ensuring the event was as successful as possible for Genesis Behavioral Health.
Each year, Genesis Behavioral Health provides mental health treatment and support to over 3,500 children, families, and adults living with — and recovering from — mental illness and emotional distress. We can't do it alone — and we are so fortunate to have community partners like Temple B'nai Israel to help us as we raise awareness and ensure a healthy, vibrant, and productive community.
Susan L. Stearns, President
Board of Directors
Maggie Pritchard, Executive Director
Genesis Behavioral Health
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