Hannah’s House 2021 Fundraising Campaign

Dedicated to Promoting Mental Health

Hannah’s House, a local nonprofit mental health center, is kicking off its 2021 Fundraising Campaign and it needs your support! You may have contributed to the Mad Marathon fundraiser in the past, are familiar with Hannah’s House due to your connection to the greater Waterbury/Mad River Valley Community, or have recently moved to the area. The need for mental health services in our rural location is greater than ever and your donation will help ensure support for those in need.


The Campaign

Historically, Hannah’s House has raised a majority of its funds through its affiliation with the Mad Marathon. This year, Hannah’s House is conducting a more direct fundraising campaign with the help of its matching sponsors. These organizations have agreed to each generously contribute $5,000 for a total of $25,000 toward the first $25,000 raised by individual donors. Our goal is to raise $75,000 by December 31, 2021, and these funds will directly provide access to mental health resources at Hannah’s House as well as supporting community education and outreach programs.

Click here to learn more about the campaign.


About Hannah’s House

Hannah’s House is a community-supported Vermont-based nonprofit mental health and resource center dedicated to promoting emotional and mental health for children, teens, families, and individuals. It provides local, accessible counseling services in Waterbury, Waitsfield, and on local school campuses, community outreach through education, financial assistance, and alternative therapies such as neurofeedback brain training. As a small organization, Hannah’s House is able to respond quickly to meet the ever-changing needs of the community. Most recently during the COVID pandemic, the therapists quickly pivoted to telemedicine and provided over 4,000 hours of counseling in 2020.

More examples of meeting the community’s needs in 2021:

Partnering with schools to provide viewings of “Screenagers NEXT CHAPTER”

Providing educational workshops in-person and virtually via zoom and local access television

Sponsoring a 7th & 8th-grade weekly support group

Providing an ongoing bereavement group for adults

Providing scholarships for local youth enrichment programs

Sponsoring a weekly group for senior citizens 

Free loan program of Verilux Happy Lights to address seasonal affective disorder

Direct financial assistance for therapy sessions

Offer referral services and additional resources to the public


Corporate Sponsors

KingsburyMoore Design BuildersCold Hollow Cider Mill National Life Group S and C Harvest Foundation