The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Berkshire County has been supporting families and caregivers who have a loved one with a mental illness for over 30 years. With the support of people like you, we will be able to continue bringing comfort and hope to families in our community. No matter the amount, the means or the frequency of your gift, each and every one is appreciated.
You can make a gift in one of the following ways:
You can make your donation via phone Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. by calling 413-443-1666.
You can mail your contribution to:
NAMI Berkshire County
333 East Street, Room 417
Pittsfield, MA 01201
All gifts can be made in honor or memory of an an individual and/or organization.
A special way to make a gift to NAMI Berkshire County is to include us in your will. Each individual or family legacy contributes to our fiscal strength and helps insure we will be here for families and caregivers for years to come.
We would be grateful if you contact us if you have or intend to include NAMI Berkshire County in your will so that we may celebrate this special act and discuss any questions you may have. Though we are happy to discuss different gift planning choices, all arrangements should be made through your attorney or another professional advisor.
If your organization has a matching gifts program, you can increase the size of your gift through a corporate match to NAMI Berkshire County. Consider inviting others to join you in supporting NAMI Berkshire County and ask your employer to encourage employee-led fundraising events by matching those proceeds.
A United Way funded agency, your employees can designate NAMI Berkshire County to receive their United Way pledge by writing in their designation “National Alliance on Mental Illness of Berkshire County”.
Commonwealth of Massachusetts Employee Charitable Campaign (COMECC)
The COMECC program allows Massachusetts state employees to give to NAMI Berkshire County or another charity of their choice. The designation number for National Alliance on Mental Illness of Berkshire County is 111132.
NAMI Berkshire County has an annual special event that depends on the support of loyal business partners – the Minds Matter Walk for Mental Health Awareness – which is held annually in May.
Unrestricted gifts from our families, individual and corporate supporters, staff and board members help provide the programs and advocacy to ensure our families and individuals find help, find hope.