At the HUB of Giving

EAST LONGMEADOW, MASS. – Timm Marini, President of HUB International New England, presented a check for $5,000 to the Mental Health Association (MHA), during ceremonies in East Longmeadow, MA on Friday July 19, 2019. Marini has also committed to a $5,000 donation to MHA for 2020.

“MHA is thrilled to receive this very generous donation from HUB International New England, and doubly thrilled to have their commitment again for 2020,” said Kimberley A. Lee, VP Resource Development & Branding for MHA. “HUB International New England is a long-time partner and friend of MHA and this sizeable commitment demonstrates their desire and willingness to share in the important work we do. We extend our sincere thanks and gratitude to Timm Marini and the entire team at HUB International New England on behalf of all the people that MHA serves.”

“HUB International New England embraces the value of the communities where our customers and employees live and work, so we give back by supporting community-focused organizations that do good things to help others,” said Marini. “MHA is an organization that we have supported for many years and continue to support because of the important work they do helping vulnerable people. One example is their work with people impacted by the opioid epidemic. We know MHA is a leader in helping people challenged by addiction to learn the life skills and build the connections they need to keep moving forward and live successfully in recovery. HUB International New England is glad to support MHA.”

HUB International ( is a leading global insurance brokerage providing a broad array of property and casualty, life and health, employee benefits, personal lines and risk management products and services. The expanding geographic footprint of HUB New England includes more than 500 employees in nearly 30 offices, including the Western Mass division with offices in East Longmeadow, Ludlow, Monson and South Hadley.

About MHA:
What We Do
MHA (Mental Health Association) helps people live their best life. We provide access to therapies for emotional health and wellness; services for substance use recovery, developmental disabilities and acquired brain injury; services for housing and residential programming, and more. With respect, integrity and compassion, MHA provides each individual served through person-driven programming to foster independence, community engagement, wellness and recovery.

Why We Matter
The youth, adults, seniors and families we serve want the same things in life as anyone: to have friends, work, go to school, have meaningful relationships, express themselves (and be heard), and be accepted in their community for who they are. With our help and resources from a caring community, people can live their potential, in their community, every day.

How We Think
Starting in the 1960s, MHA’s groundbreaking efforts and advocacy helped to transition people away from institutional living to a life in our community. This became a model for the deinstitutionalization movement. Today, our leadership continues to advance awareness of mental health conditions and needs at local, regional and national levels. We drive compassionate care for those challenged by mental health, developmental disabilities, substance use, homelessness, acquired brain injury and more.

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