“Giving Tuesday” is a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world. In recognition of this day, we’d love to remind you that every contribution to MCC makes an impact, whether you donate $5 or $500. Every little bit helps toward our mission of being a compassionate lifeline for anyone in distress and our vision
Save the Date: February 17th @ 7p.m. Memphis Ridgeway Cinema Grill will host the Tennessee premiere of “Coming Up for Air,” winner of four best feature film awards. Memphis Crisis Center will be there for a timely discussion following the screening. The film has launched a national conversation about the important role caregivers play helping friends, colleagues, family and lovers recover from mental illness.
Memphis Futsal Arena selected The MCC as a recipient of their upcoming fundraiser, Love Cup 2020. Spreading awareness about Teen Suicide Prevention is important to this wonderful organization, and we look forward to teaming up with them to reach teens and families in our city. We will be at Memphis Futsal Arena (635 Scott St.) on February 15th from 5-10 p.m. Admission is $10.
December is a big month for you to show your support to the Memphis Crisis Center in two fun ways! First, as part of their #RoadshowGivesBack initiative, Roadshow BMW supports a different local charitable organization or nonprofit, each month….and this December it’s all about the Memphis Crisis Center! For every test drive completed at Roadshow BMW during this month, they’ll donate $25 toward
Nine local bands came together to raise suicide awareness in an event called “Don’t Let Your Song Fade Away”, hosted by Rockhouse Live Memphis. All proceeds went to Memphis Crisis Center so we can continue and expand on our mission to help people in crisis—24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. A big “thank you” to Paige Johnson, Christy
RACHEL TOWNSEND firstname.lastname@example.org Suicide awareness benefit to be held at RockHouse Live Sept. 14 On Saturday, September 14, RockHouse Live, StarrLynn Entertainment, Solemn Artist Management and the Memphis Crisis Center will be hosting an event in conjunction with “Don’t Let Your Song Fade Away”, a suicide awareness benefit held in memory of Zena Starr. The event is has been coordinated in large part by
The University of Tennessee Health Science Center is all about normalizing self-care and that’s something we can stand behind! Next month, they’ll kick off their #takecare campaign, as they welcome students back to school. As part of this campaign, they’re holding an event at the Student Alumni Center designed to support the physical and emotional health and well-being of students. Mark your calendars for
We are very excited to announce the upcoming Memphis Crisis Center Benefit Dinner. Not only is Char one of the best fine dining restaurants in town, their giving hearts have led them to support their community through this special dinner. All proceeds benefit the Memphis Crisis Center. It’ll be held on September 23, 2019 from 6-9 p.m., and there will be a four-course dinner
Save the Date! MCC is a sponsor at next month’s “Live to Tell: Saving Lives in Memphis Shelby County Suicide Prevention Conference” at Hope Church. **Thursday, September 19, 2019 from 8:30 AM to 2:00 PM** Each day we lose three Tennesseans to suicide, now the ninth leading cause of death in Tennessee. Awareness and education is key to preventing suicide. At this year’s conference,
Mark your calendars – September 14! Nine local bands are coming together to raise suicide awareness in an event called “Don’t Let Your Song Fade Away”, hosted by Rockhouse Live Memphis. All proceeds go to the Memphis Crisis Center so we can continue and expand on our mission to help people in crisis—24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.