Mending Minds Village Celebrates Successful Fundraising at 2024 Wasatch Back Ragnar Race

Volunteers and Staff support Mending Minds Village booth June 7 2024

Springville, Utah Jun 10, 2024 ( - Mending Minds Village, a dedicated nonprofit advocacy organization for juvenile mental health, is proud to announce its successful participation in the 2024 Wasatch Back Ragnar Race. Through its engaging booth experience, the organization raised over $1,000, contributing significantly to mental health advocacy and support for the youth.

The event, which brought together athletes and supporters from across the region, provided a platform for Mending Minds Village to spread awareness about the importance of mental health and the resources available for young individuals. The booth featured donations from their many sponsors and informative conversations, making it a highlight of the race day experience.

We are overwhelmed by the generosity and support of the community, said Kaden Mattinson, Executive Director of Mending Minds Village. Every contribution brings us one step closer to a world where young minds are nurtured and supported through their challenges.  Every donation goes to supporting young children and their families in their search for mental health treatment and support.

This remarkable achievement was made possible by the generous sponsorship of local businesses, including Raising Canes, Kneaders Bakery, 4Imprint, Black Bear Diner, Mister Car Wash, and Home Base Resort. Their commitment to the cause underscores the communitys united front in addressing juvenile mental health.

Mending Minds Village extends its heartfelt gratitude to all the sponsors, volunteers, and participants who made this event a success. The funds raised will directly support the organizations programs and initiatives aimed at providing mental health advocacy and assistance to the youth.

For more information about Mending Minds Village and its mission, or to contribute to the cause, please visit

About Mending Minds Village Mending Minds Village is a nonprofit organization committed to improving the mental health of young individuals. Through advocacy, support, and education, we strive to create a supportive environment for youth to thrive.


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Kaden Mattinson, Executive Director
Mending Minds Village
Phone: (801) 259-3312

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PO BOX 310, Morgan, UT 84050

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