Staglin Family raises over 380 million dollars for brain health awareness.
The Staglin family celebrated advances in science and a new financial milestone at the 24th annual Music Festival for Brain Health on September 15th in the Napa Valley. This year’s event raised over $6 million to benefit One Mind. In addition, the Staglin family and the One Mind Board of Directors announced that an additional $83 million in follow-up funding has been raised in 2018 bringing the 24-year cumulative total, including direct contributions and leveraged funds provided to scientists as a result of initial research funding from festival proceeds, to over $380 million dollars since 1995. One Mind has become the nation’s leading private-public mental health organization dedicated to curing brain-related diseases, including depression, schizophrenia, traumatic brain injury and bipolar illness, focusing on issues including funding, research, advocacy, open science principles, and anti-stigma.