We are simply floored by the outpouring of support and generosity on December 1, Giving Tuesday.Because of you, we were able to raise over $35,000! We totally surpassed our goal. Thank you!

There is no denying that 2020 was a challenging year. Facing issues such as the COVID19 pandemic, police brutality, wildfire season, and a dramatic political climate, Felton Institute still managed to close out the year strong.

Your contribution makes a real difference.

As an essential service provider to the communitys most vulnerable, Felton Institute is fiercely committed to responding to the call of service. Just as we have for so many years, we have no plans on stopping now. Pivoting and adapting our social services and mental health programs to comply with health guidelines was no easy task. But we did it, with your help and your support.

 

As the holiday season approaches and the year winds down, we pause to recharge and reflect on our successes. 

We look ahead to 2021 with optimism and hope. And we are grateful that you are part of the community of donors and volunteers who help us fulfill our mission of transforming lives through innovative mental health programs and social services.

Thank you again for your generous support. If you missed Giving Tuesday, it’s never too late to give. Donations to Felton Institute are always welcome. Simply text “FELTON” to 41-444 or visit http://www.felton.org/donate.

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#FeltonGivingTuesday 2020, Together we give


About Felton Institute: Founded in 1889, Felton Institute responds to human needs by providing cutting edge, evidence-based mental health and social services that transform lives. Felton Institute is a tax-exempt organization registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit under EIN 94-1156530.

Offering more than 50 acclaimed and honored programs that address homelessness, mental health, prenatal, adolescent, adult and senior needs, Felton Institute provides services in San Francisco, Alameda, San Mateo, Marin, and Monterey counties.

Felton is named for its social services pioneer and executive director Dr. Katharine “Kitty” Felton who was called the ”conscience of San Francisco” and was committed to ensuring that children and families in crisis have access to social services and resources in order to help them build upon their inherent strengths and develop self-sufficiency. www.felton.org