SPASH and Rapids boys soccer teams raise money for NAMI
For the City Times
STEVENS POINT – The SPASH Boys Soccer and Wisconsin Rapids Boys Soccer joined together for their annual Kicking the Stigma mental health awareness campaign. This year, the two soccer programs raised $8,026 for National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Portage -Wood Counties. In October, players and coaches presented a check to NAMI.
The Kicking the Stigma campaign raises awareness of mental health support systems in the community.
Over the past three years, SPASH and Wisconsin Rapids have raised $17,176 to support NAMI in our communities and help shine a light on mental health and its impact on our families, teams, and communities.
NAMI Portage-Wood Counties offers education, support, and advocacy for those living with a mental health condition, their families, friends, and community members.