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In partnering with NMMHP, you are supporting the development of online exhibitions that let visitors engage empathetically with topics surrounding mental health, as well as creating a space for people with lived experience to share their stories and artistic works.

 

Our fundraising goal of $10,000 will allow us to edit and compile videos for social media campaigns, build a network of professionals with whom to exchange and share resources and collaborate with artists and companies that create online learning spaces to build our own innovative exhibitions like I Get It. Our museum, like so many others, tells counterstories in response to misinformation, stigma, and stereotypes around mental health. Our exhibitions present a well-researched and widely informed narrative to challenge misunderstandings. Exhibits amplify the voices and experiences of the marginalized, and they not only impact individual visitors but shift the perspective of our greater community. Your donation matters. 

 

                                      by visiting our donations page hosted by Fractured Atlas. 

Who is Fractured Atlas?

The National Museum of Mental Health Project is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. As a fiscal sponsor, their focus is to help build the capacity of NMMHP and other emerging nonprofits by performing several financial responsibilities on our behalf Contributions for the charitable purposes of the National Museum of Mental Health Project must be made payable to “Fractured Atlas” only and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

 

How does Fractured Atlas help your donation work harder?

By working with Fractured Atlas, we are able to minimize overhead while maximizing our financial resources. Additionally, as our fiscal sponsor, Fractured Atlas confirms that all donated funds will be spent in accordance with our charitable mission before funds are released to NMMHP. Our partnership with Fractured Atlas ensures transparency and accountability. In combination with our entirely volunteer-based management structure, this will allow more than 90% of all donations to go directly towards our mission.

The National Museum of Mental Health Project, Inc. is a nonprofit organization and “museum without walls” that researches and creates exhibitions that can transform society’s attitudes about, and understanding of, mental health. Through the development of online exhibits, NMMHP does what museums do best – educate, interpret, advance dialogue, and develop literacy on the topic of mental health. 

  

The Project seeks to:

  • Develop and display exhibitions by facilitating collaboration among artists, curators, mental health professionals, people with lived experience, and others who seek to share talents and knowledge.

  • Share research related to exhibits about mental health and wellness.

  • Build alliances with community, local, and national not-for-profit, for-profit, governmental, and educational entities who are similarly interested in creating positive mental health outcomes.

  • Inspire the development of a national museum of mental health.

The Project extends from a research fellowship at Assumption University.