Corporate Giving Program

In 2021, NFCC provided 8,156 counseling sessions and as the COVID-19 pandemic lingers, the need for quality mental healthcare has only increased. In order to meet the growing demand and continue to serve our community, we are excited to introduce our new corporate giving program. All corporate giving will go to our Because Counseling Matters Fund, which provides unrestricted support to the Nick Finnegan Counseling Center. This new program will ensure NFCC is able to invest in our highly-qualified counselors and will directly impact the overall health and well-being of the Houston community.

NFCC strives to break down the common barriers to seeking mental healthcare including affordability and accessibility by offering community talks, support groups, referrals, and three flexible payment options for our clients. While client fees are projected to cover 46% of our operational budget in 2022, the remainder will need to be covered by our two fundraising events, the Because Counseling Matters Fund, and donations from individuals, foundations, and corporations.

Our Partnership

Will provide greater access to affordable mental healthcare and will directly impact the overall health and well-being of the Houston community.

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How your gift could support NFCC’s mission

Counseling Champion – $1,000

Funds a retreat for the NFCC counselors and administrative team to build camaraderie and foster greater communication, enabling us to better serve our clients.

Accessibility Advocate- $2,500

Covers the entire cost of a support group such as Survivors of Suicide for those who have lost a loved one to suicide, or our Children’s Social Skills Group which equips children with skills to help them succeed at school and home.

Wellness Warrior – $5,000

Offsets the cost of 24 outreach talks each year for local schools, non-profits, and other organizations utilizing our sliding scale.

Clinical Crusader – $10,000

Provides 89 in-person or telehealth counseling sessions for anxiety, depression, trauma, addiction, pre-marital counseling, and many other challenges.

For more information, please contact:

Lauren Huschka

Lauren Huschka
Donor Relations Specialist
713-402-5046
[email protected]