If you subscribe to our newsletter, you may remember that last week we shared that there was some exciting news coming very soon. Thanks for staying tuned in with us! We are thrilled to announce that, in honor and celebration of our agency turning 45 this fall… Mercer Council’s website has gotten a makeover! Head to our home page to start browsing through our new look.
Over the past several months, our staff has worked closely with the team at Wired Impact to reimagine the way we share important information and resources on our website. Wired Impact works with nonprofit organizations to create beautiful and functional websites. We’re so glad to have been able to work with their wonderful team!
Now that our new website is live, we are excited to also share that the Event Registration for our 45th Anniversary Open House & Fundraiser event is active! Please visit the event page for details on the celebration and for information on how to register. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions regarding event registration.
Standard Registration is $35 and will include a boxed lunch. Those who do not wish to receive a boxed lunch at the event are still encouraged to register, opting to make a donation to support the Geetha Arulmohan Scholarship Award Fund. This scholarship fund was created in honor of Geetha Arulmohan, who served the Council as its Executive Director for over 14 years. It was Geetha’s personal mission to reduce the devastation caused by addiction; today, we continue to strive to honor her legacy by providing one annual scholarship to an individual who shares the values of our agency.
We hope you’ll join us on Thursday, October 5th from 10:30am-1pm as we celebrate 45 years of incredible dedication to the Mercer County community! We extend our deepest thanks and appreciation to our numerous community members, supporters and collaborators for partnering with us over the past 45 years. It is our sincerest hope that together we can continue to create healthy, safe and responsible communities.