Jeep Beach has donated over $600,000 to Halifax Health Behavioral Services to support lobby renovations and the development of new mental health counseling programming.
A Jeep Beach mural will be incorporated into the lobby during the renovation, according to a news release.
"Jeep Beach is dedicated not only to celebrating the Jeep community but also to making a positive impact on the lives of those around us," Jeep Beach executive director and chairwoman Charlene Greer said. "We are proud to support Halifax Health Foundation in their mission to improve mental health services. The Jeep Beach mural will serve as a symbol of unity and strength, reminding everyone that they are not alone in their journey."
71 MVP Foundation and NASCAR Craftsman truck driver Daniel Dye and his father, local businessman Randy Dye, have also committed the proceeds from their annual golf outing to the project.
Daniel Dye has incorporated his "Race to Stop Suicide" campaign into all of his racing endeavors to break the stigma surrounding mental health.