Mental health is often overlooked but is important now more than ever.
That’s why the Angel House Bereavement Center hosted the fourth annual Dazzle and Dine fundraiser Saturday evening.
It was a night of music, dinner, and silent auctions.
Local businesses and community partners donated the items up for auction.
The proceeds of the benefit will assist angel house with their efforts to help children, adolescents, and adults process and cope with traumatic events such as loss or sudden transitions– which is vital to the community after Hurricane Michael.
“When we have so many in our community who have lost so much our services are especially important. So many have lost homes, jobs, have been displaced. And so, sometimes it’s hard for people when they’re grieving to find someone to support them,“ said Denise Sowell-Montford, the Angel House Executive Director.
If you would like to learn more about angel house and the work they do visit their website at www.angelhousebci.com.