We need your help. It is with great excitement that we invite you to sponsor a very special event. The Fred Lang Foundation 17th Annual Summer Ball: A Summer Night on the Nile. The event, presented by the Fred Lang Foundation on July 18, 2020, funds critical behavioral health services provided by Charlotte Behavioral Health Care (CBHC).
By supporting the Fred Lang Foundation Summer Ball, you have the chance to be the one for someone each and every day throughout the year. The care Charlotte Behavioral Health (CBHC) delivers to the members of our community saves lives – whether it is helping a suicidal child in the crisis unit become emotionally stable again; helping a recovering addict avoid that one fatal overdose; or treating a severely traumatized victim so he can see the light of day again after years of turmoil.
As the fundraising arm for CBHC, it is the mission of the Fred Lang Foundation to make sure that funds are always available to help people receive the caring mental health and substance abuse treatment they deserve. However, for us to succeed in that mission, we need the help of caring community members and companies like yours. Over 9,000 of our community’s adults and 3,000 children rely on CBHC each year to partner with them to instill hope, inspire growth, and embrace life again.
The statistics are startling:
With your support of the Fred Lang Foundation Summer Ball, we can continue to provide much-needed mental health services to our community. In this day and age, funds are needed now more than ever. All funds raised at the Summer Ball will be used to help our county’s residents.
Last year’s Summer Ball raised over $80,000, which went to provide urgent therapy and mental health care services for children in our community through CBHC’s Margo Lang Children Crisis Stabilization Unit as well as other mental health services provided within our community at CBHC.
CBHC’s mission is to partner to instill hope, inspire growth, and embrace life. We deliver care that changes people’s lives – and often saves them. We are counting on you to partner with us in that mission. Without your help, CBHC would not be able to fill the gaps and expand its programs and services within our community.
It takes just one person to change or even save the life of another. Will you be that person?