Friday, May 5, 2017, 8am-8pm
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Grand Traverse Pie Company
Front and Park Streets, Traverse City

Each year, Third Level fields about 30,000 contacts through its 24/7 crisis services, including hundreds related to suicide prevention.

It takes a lot of work – and money – to have crisis services available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days each year. Help CFS raise $30,000 to support this service – that’s $30,000 for 30,000 calls. Your donation will keep this vital program available for your neighbors. 

Thank you for your support!



We all need help sometimes.
We may not always know where to turn.

Third Level, a program of Child & Family Services, helps youth and adults as they navigate life’s challenges. We help:

Single parents struggling to pay high utility bills

Middle school students who are in great pain after being bullied by their peers

Older adults who feel alone and disconnected from their communities

Teenagers who have been "couch surfing" and need a more stable place to stay

People of all ages who are struggling with depression, are suicidal, are in crisis, or are living with a mental illness

Veterans facing their biggest battle as they transition from warrior to citizen

People battling serious illness and the fear that comes with it

A family breadwinner who gets laid off

Older youth who are on their own, trying to make it in the world

Men, women, teens, and elders who have lost hope that their pain will end and are thinking about killing themselves


Click here to learn more about Third Level Crisis Services.


It's always the right time to give!

Our crisis line needs your support all year long. Visit www.cfsnwmi.org/donate to learn more about how you can support the good work at Third Level and CFS.

Whether you can spare $1 or $1000, we thank you!


100% of donations from the "30 for 30" Campaign will benefit Third Level, a program of Child & Family Services

Tax EIN: 38-2534222

Click here for more information about donating to CFS.


THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS