ACT for Mental Health is a not-for-profit mental health agency that depends on donations and charitable contributions to provide quality mental health care to children, adults and families who are without the means to pay for assessment and counseling services.
Donors can support ACT with gifts of:
- Cash contributions
- Stocks and bequests
- Building supplies and appliances
- Computer and office equipment
- Food and kitchen equipment
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Grants and Awards
We would like to sincerely thank the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation for
making ACT for Mental Health a recipient of their 2014 Community Fund Award in September. Their recognition of this agency's more than fifty years of work in the downtown area is truly an honor. It is an affirmation of our belief in providing low-cost, high-quality services to those in need regardless of background or income status.
We would also like to express our deep appreciation to the Western Digital Foundation for honoring ACT with a $15,000 grant award in September 2014.
Finally, we thank Saratoga Rotary Charitable Foundation for their generous financial grant for special project expenses in August 2011. Their grant made our new website possible. We thank them for their generosity and applaud their support of local non-profits.
We have many generous and loyal sponsors who provide vital support and services.
- We give special thanks to Tim McCalmont, Tom McCalmont, Dr. Mariquita West, and to Genevieve Oxley for special contributions, as well as to James McHugh for his ongoing support and commitment.
- Special thanks also to Susan Parks and Hewlett Packard Corporate for matching funds.
- Stone Presbyterian Church and Santa Teresa Hills Presbyterian have also been especially supportive.
- Rebuilding Together of Silicon Valley has provided vital help with maintenance and upgrading of our leased building.
- Christel Fliss of the Apollo Growth Fund has donated consistently over the years.
- Santa Clara County United Way Alternate Giving, representing many people from the Criminal Justice Department, Social Services, Mental Health Department, has also provided ongoing assistance for our basic program offerings.
- NAMI has also been supportive of our Fireside Friendship Club support groups.
- Thank you to our other generous donors who make it possible for the under-served to obtain affordable mental health care.
- The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation
- Altos Foundation
- Bill Graham Memorial Foundation
- Cisco Foundation
- Western Digital Foundation
- Best Buy
- San Jose Water Company