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The Copeland Center Selected as “Hannaford Helps” Reusable Bag Program Beneficiary
Brattleboro, VT – The Copeland Center was selected as a beneficiary of the “Hannaford Helps” Reusable Bag Program featuring their bright blue bag! For every blue “Hannaford Helps” Reusable Bag purchased at the Putney Road Brattleboro Hannaford between October 15 through December 31, The Copeland Center will receive a $1 donation in order to help fulfill their mission of promoting personal, organizational, and community wellness and empowerment – proceeds will benefit the Vermont Recovery Education Project, a statewide initiative focused on promoting the use of the Wellness Recovery Action Planning (WRAP®) for individuals struggling with mental health conditions and other challenges.
The Copeland Center has a goal of raising $5000 as a beneficiary of the program, which is equivalent to 5000 bags bought in support of their cause. On the release of this exciting news, Copeland Center Executive Director Matthew Federici said, “Building partnerships with the community is the very cornerstone to being an effective non-profit organization and a key organizational practice to make real change in the effectiveness of mental health services. Socially responsive business models like the “Hannaford Helps” program are essential to business wellness because it is good for the community’s wellness. The Copeland Center is appreciative of Hannaford for the opportunity to receive support and raise awareness of mental health in our community.”
The Copeland Center is now a proud beneficiary recipient of the “Hannaford Helps” Reusable Bag Program!
Pick up a bag at:
896 Putney Rd, Unit 5,
Brattleboro, VT 05301