After the huge success of the 2019 Shred-It, Linden Lodge will be hosting another shredding event. Mark your calendars for February 22, 2020. Bring any documents that need to be disposed of securely. There is no cost to shred but any and all donations will be greatly appreciated.
It’s that time again! Linden Lodge is so fortunate to have such wonderful friends at McDonalds Chapel . Each year to commemorate Shrove Tuesday, McDonalds Chapel host a Pancake Supper and the proceeds go to Linden Lodge. This year the tickets are $8 and include a complete dinner. Children under 10 are ONLY $1.00! Bring your whole family, all your friends, EVERYONE! Contact Deb at Linden Lodge at 910-817-5903 to buy tickets. See you there.
As a 501 (c)(3), Linden Lodge Foundation works tirelessly each year to raise money to support Linden Lodge. This year we decided to step out of our comfort zone and throw a Masquerade Ball. As with most “firsts”, the Masquerade ball presented us with a few challenges. Through the challenges, Linden Lodge triumphed! We were met with great success and cannot wait to see what next year holds. Such success would not be possible without our wonderful sponsors and everyone that showed up and supported us. We are truly grateful to you all!
Pete Early, former Washington Post reporter, Mental Health Advocate, and long time friend of Linden Lodge, has just named Linden Lodge Foundation’s Chair, Marianne Kernan, “Most Impactful Player in Mental Health in 2019”.
Each year, Early picks a well-known individual or organization that is making a significant impact in Mental Health.
Linden Lodge Foundation will be hosting their 2019 Unmasking Mental Illness- A Masquerade Benefit Ball at the Pinehurst Resort, Oct. 29th. Come have dinner and listen to Michael Wellington, author of Birdies, Bogeys, and Bipolar, speak on his personal experience with mental illness. Spend the rest of the evening dancing to the tunes of The Jonathon Robinson Band, a local favorite.
Lets take the mask off mental illness!
You can also follow the event on our Facebook page.
Guy Reynolds, a previous Winston-Salem photographer has died. Reynolds was a friend of a friend of Linden Lodge. He recently beat cancer, he was a Pulitzer award recipient for his photography, and he worked for many years with The Dallas Morning News. Guy Reynolds also lived with Major Depression. In the end, no matter how much had been accomplished in his life, Reynolds still fell victim to an invisible illness. Our hope at Linden Lodge is for this amazing man’s life to live on through his beautiful photographs and to bring awareness to Mental Illness.
Major Depression in particular affects around 16 million adults in the US alone. Major Depression causes severe symptoms that affect everyday life. Personal hygiene, sleep, work productivity, and eating habits can all be affected by depression. Major Depressive Disorder is treatable. To learn more about Guy Reynolds, check out this article from artsandseek.org. To learn more about Major Depressive Disorder please visit the National Institute of Mental Health.
CAR WASH & LIVE MUSIC WITH PATHWAYS BAND!
Linden Lodge Foundations is hosting a car wash fundraiser to aid in the continuous operations of Linden Lodge, a group home dedicated to the recovery of Adults living with severe Mental Illness.
AutoZone of Aberdeen has graciously allowed us to use their facility for our fundraiser.
We will be there June 15th from 9am to 1pm.
Come get your car washed for just $15 and enjoy FREE tunes by Pathway’s Band! Ayla’s Heavenly Delites Ice Cream Van will be on site too.
Tickets available for pre-purchase or pay onsite the day of.
For more information on pre purchasing tickets, please contact Rebecca Sparks at email@example.com or 910-331-7585
Join us May 3rd and 4th for our Semi-Annual Charity Yard Sale. We have everything! Furniture, clothes, electronics, home goods, everything!
Check out our Facebook Event for up to date info!
Linden Lodge is so blessed to be in this community. Our wonderful neighbors always show up for us when we need them. We sincerely hope that you know how much we appreciate you.
Deep Creek Baptist Church, thank you for all that you do!