"One of America’s most important fund-raising events focusing on brain disorders..."
Celebrating over two decades of research funding, the Music Festival for Brain Health is one of America’s most important fund-raising events focusing on brain disorders, with an historical total, including leveraged grants from the National Institute of Mental Health, surpassing $513 million. The Music Festival for Brain Health benefits One Mind to support research, education, treatment, and to raise awareness about brain disorders.
“The momentum continues to grow as we search for the causes and cures of brain disorders,” said Garen Staglin, Chairman of One Mind. “Each year we continue to fund important research, while raising awareness and reducing discrimination, all of which are critically important in helping lead to advances and improvements in brain health.”
Tickets are now available for the 29th Music Festival for Brain
Health on Saturday, September 9, 2023
Music Festival for Brain Health - Day Ticket:
2023: $2,500 donation per person
Music Festival for Brain Health Day Ticket & VIP Dinner:
2023: $7,500 donation per person. $10,000 after August 15th.
Music Festival for Brain Health: VIP Dinner Table for Ten:
2023: $75,000 donation per table. $100,000 after August 15th.
About One Mind™
Launched in 1995 by Shari and Garen Staglin as their means to “run toward the problem” of their son’s schizophrenia diagnosis, One Mind today catalyzes visionary change through science, business and media to transform the world’s mental health. Through such achievements as enrolling over 10,000 patients in innovative clinical studies and the One Mind at Work initiative that has brought supportive workplace mental health practices to over 7 million employees, One Mind powers evidence-based solutions to enable all people to succeed in their mental health journeys. Brandon Staglin, whose own experiences inspired the creation of the non-profit, now serves as its President, exemplifying the change One Mind seeks in its disruptive initiatives.