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Groceries, Gas, or Cash! graphicJoin our signature fundraiser for Making Minds Matter at UPMC Western Behavioral Health – "Groceries, Gas, or Cash!" Partnering with Giant Eagle, Giant Eagle Pharmacies, and WPXI Television, the campaign begins August 15, 2021 with the drawing held on Monday, Jan. 24, 2022.

Each purchased ticket enables the buyer to be included in a drawing to win $17,000 in Giant Eagle gift cards or $14,000 cash (taxes not included). Only 700 tickets are available at $100 each. Proceeds benefit the Making Minds Matter fund, supporting patient experiences and employee education across UPMC Western Behavioral Health.

How to Buy Tickets

Interested in buying a ticket(s)? Choose from any of the following options. All ticket buyers must be 18 years of age or older. Reserve your ticket prior to August 15, 2021 with payment due after August 15, 2021 when the campaign opens.

The raffle is open to Pennsylvania residents only.

Must be 18 years of age to buy a ticket. The price of the ticket is not tax-deductible. The winner need not be present to win. Taxes are not included and are the responsibility of the winner. The UPMC Western Behavioral Health at Mon Yough Small Games of Chance License No. 21412. Special Raffle Permit No. available August 2021.


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Sponsorship Opportunities

Unique sponsor opportunities are available for individuals and businesses for Making Minds Matter at UPMC Western Behavioral Health. For additional information, call 412-864-3519 or email

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Spring 2021 Making Minds Matter Magazine

We are pleased to introduce the Making Minds Matter at UPMC Western Behavioral Health magazine. We hope this publication will help to reduce stigma and expand community engagement on behalf of our patients, who are among one in every five Americans experiencing some form of mental illness.

Read our latest issue.