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Sponsorship of MTÜ Peaasjad starts

For years, Grant Thornton Baltic has lent a helping hand to those in need, donating both funds and our employees’ time to charity organizations. In 2023, MTÜ Peaasjad, which focuses on promoting mental health in Estonia, was the latest non-profit to be added to the line-up.

Grant Thornton Baltic partner and head of auditing services Mart Nõmper said that noticing and helping those in need is a hallmark of a mature society. ‟We want to do our part as well and do so systematically. We have consistently provided funding for the Tartu University Hospital Children’s Foundation, Estonian Friends of the Zoo Society and The Gift of Life cancer treatment foundation.”

“With each passing year, there has been an increasing priority placed on good mental health. There is less of stigma talking about mental health concerns and the enthusiasts at MTÜ Peaasjad have had a significant role in changing attitudes in society,” said Nõmper regarding the reasons for supporting MTÜ Peaasjad.

Founded in 2009, MTÜ Peaasjad is engaged in the advancement of mental health, prevention of mental health problems and reducing stigmatization. The group’s website offers an opportunity for getting an online consultation. The association also provides training and other services to improve availability of mental health care. All this contributes to healthier people and a healthier society.

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