Smash the stigma of mental illness at Bash4Guild on April 28!

March 27, 2018 05:05 PM

Join us at the 5th Annual Bash4Guild event, a party to smash the stigma associated with mental illness and raise funds for Guild Incorporated’s Equilibrium or EQ Services – integrated treatment and services for youth, ages 16-20, throughout the Twin Cities. Learn more:

50% of cases of mental illness begin by age 14 and 75% by age 24, yet the average person waits up to 10 years before seeking treatment. One goal of Guild’s EQ Services is to combat the delay in treatment by intervening after the first episode of a mental health crisis. The EQ team helps young people transition successfully into adulthood in all aspects of life including education, employment, and community living.


Bash4Guild was created in 2014, by two Guild supporters -- Guild Board of Directors’ member, Nik Larsen, and his friend, Matt Bollero. The pair continues to spread the message that mental illness is nothing to be ashamed of – and impacts many in our communities – through this annual event.

Over 500 people attended Bash4Guild last year. Buy tickets while they last! You won’t find a night out that includes an open bar, live music, a silent auction, wine tasting, and games/photo booth for this price anywhere else. Let’s join together and smash through the stigma of mental illness!

When: Saturday, April 28
Time: 8:00pm until Midnight
Location: Minneapolis Club, 729 2nd Avenue S. Minneapolis, MN, 55402
Early Bird Tickets: $95 until April 13
Learn more and purchase tickets:


Kate Bendell

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