Thank you to our volunteers!
We’re fortunate to have the support of a dynamic group of volunteers for our various activities, including our annual mental health awards dinner. It takes a small army to do what we do, and we thank each and every one of our volunteers who assists our various needs for the benefit of the community. When we need additional assistance for our programs and events, we will announce new volunteer opportunities on this page. Again, “thank you” to those who faithfully serve Mental Health California™. We appreciate you very much!
"We're energized by the sheer passion and expertise Mental Health California displays on such a consistent basis, and we're glad to be in support of this effort. - Samuel J. Williams, Jr., President, 100 Black Men of Sacramento
“My association with this wonderful organization has given the opportunity to open-up conversations about mental health and how it touches everyone. This is a long overdue conversation.” - Eric G. Stein, Policy and Development Consultant
we are currently seeking volunteers for our development team:
Join Our Fundraising Team
Mental Health California™ has an ongoing and concerted effort in the areas of fundraising and development. We are adept at proposal development, grant writing, development of project narratives, overviews, and plans, and engaging sponsors for our various activities. If you have proven skills in these areas and would like to volunteer on our development team, please contact us and share your experience and contact information. We look forward to speaking with you to provide details on our current and future expansion plans, and how you can play a role in our sustainability and success.
Please see our Fall 2018 internship opportunities listed below:
Our work is also generously supported by a team of dedicated and talented interns from various college settings including the University of California, Riverside, Purdue University, and Samuel Merritt University. Internships span across administrative, professional, communications, and health-focused assignments that support our publishing, education, and outreach work, as well as our community mental health campaigns. We’re thankful and fortunate to have the support of such smart, capable, and organized students working with us to achieve our mission.