TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – Tuesday morning, Valeo Behavioral Health Center tallied the causes for celebration.
When it came to the results of its October Match Month, Valeo displayed cheques worth more than $38,000. White Linen was present to give the $3,500 received from its annual fundraising in addition to the $5,000 challenge award from Fidelity Bank. Both companies expressed satisfaction in helping a cause they believe is essential to a vibrant neighborhood.
The more we can do to assist individuals with their mental health concerns, the better said Fidelity Bank President Allan Towle. “We have a plethora of issues in our community, and if you dig deep, most of them are driven by mental health issues.”
Owner of White Linen Adam VanDonge stated that “every single person will experience mental health at a certain point in their life.” Everybody requires assistance, even though some circumstances could be worse than others.
The checks that were made public on Tuesday had been issued a few days beforehand, and their initial value was $38,420. Valeo revised its overall figure to reflect the total of $41,000 after additional donations, nevertheless came in afterward. Bill Persinger, CEO of Valeo, stated that the cash would be very beneficial.
“We can purchase goods and services for our community’s unsheltered and homeless residents, according to Persinger. The money we raise allows us to do a lot of fantastic things, like providing scholarships to our members of staff who wish to further their studies.”