Stomp the Stigma Drive-In Concert. Ashley Vanore Painting Raffle

by Mental Health Greensboro

Join us for our Stomp The Stigma Drive-In Concert at the Greensboro Coliseum on June 12th at 7 PM to benefit one of Greensboro’s oldest nonprofits….MENTAL HEALTH GREENSBORO! The generosity of our sponsors is supporting a great evening of socially distant tailgating and live classic country and original music!  Russ Varnell & His Too Country Band and Michael Cosner & The Fugitives are going to play one heck of a show! Bring your lawn chairs and your cooler and set up to tailgate and support a great local cause!  One $50 ticket gets a car of 4 adults in the gate & kids under 16 get in free! We're even giving all concert goers an exclusive Stomp the Stigma neck gaiter! Get your tickets via Ticketmaster by clicking here!

We are raffling off fantastic art from local painting legend Ashley Vanore (valued at $1200)! This 24 x 36 oil painting will be framed and ready to hang on your wall!  Purchase your raffle tickets through this site or text STOMP to 44-321 to enter.

Your contribution serves to support Mental Health Greensboro! There is no time like the present to support and realize the importance of mental wellness!

Proceeds from Stomp the Stigma will benefit Mental Health Greensboro and our mission to advance mental wellness in our community. We appreciate your concern and awareness in supporting our community, and ensuring that mental health services are available to all who can benefit from them. Thank you all so very much.


Mental Health Greensboro, in its 81st year championing the cause of mental health, is working to stomp the stigma associated with mental illness. Every family and every business are affected by mental illness, directly or indirectly. Mental illness is still stigmatized. Children, teens, and adults with mental illness are more likely to be viewed as dangerous, lazy or incompetent. They are more likely to be victims of violence. They are more likely to face barriers to employment, housing, and social acceptance. Everyone benefits from reduced discrimination against mental illness. 

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