The GC Giving Project is an initiative that aims to support individuals who do
not have the financial resources to access therapy. The project does this by
creating a scholarship that will help cover the costs of therapy for those who
qualify. This scholarship is made possible through the generous donations of
individuals and organizations who support the mission of the GC Giving Project.
The goal of the scholarship is to make mental health care more accessible and affordable for those who might not otherwise be able to afford it. The scholarship is open to individuals who can demonstrate financial need and who are committed to improving their mental health and wellbeing through therapy. Recipients of the scholarship will be able to access therapy services from licensed mental health professionals who are participating in the program. The GC Giving Project recognizes the importance of mental health and is committed to supporting individuals in need. By creating a scholarship for therapy, the project hopes to make a meaningful impact in the lives of those who are struggling with mental health issues and who might not otherwise have access to the care they need.
Our logo is a spiral which can be seen as a metaphor for mental health,
representing the ups and downs of our emotions and experiences. Like a spiral that winds its way around and around, our mental health journey can be circular, with periods of growth, progress, and recovery followed by setbacks, challenges, and struggles. At times, the spiral can feel overwhelming, as we find ourselves returning to the same place again and again. However, it’s important to remember that each time we pass through a familiar point on the spiral, we have the opportunity to approach it from a new perspective, armed with new insights and tools for managing our mental health. The spiral can also be seen as a symbol of transformation and growth, as we move through each cycle of the spiral, learning and growing along the way. With time, patience, and support, we can navigate the spiral of mental health with greater ease, coming to a place of greater understanding and acceptance of ourselves and our experiences.