Christian's Compassionate Mission was established in 2016 in memory of Christian Connor Miller, who died by suicide at the age of 21.  Christian had a huge heart, amazing smile and fantastic sense of humor, along with a misunderstood disease  that affected his brain and eventually took him from us. It is our goal to raise awareness and erase the stigma of mental illness, and prevent a tragedy like ours from happening to another family.  You can help by making a donation,  becoming a sponsor, volunteering or attending our  annual fundraiser. 

Connect with us for the most up-to-date  information on mental health resources, what we're up to and where your dollars are going .

Tickets &
Cocktails & CAMO

Third Annual Event

Saturday, September 22  2018
 6:00 - 10:00pm
Ballroom at the Westside, West Chester

Tickets are $40.00 and include dinner & open bar (beer and wine)
silent auction, raffles, music and more!


Help us #StopTheStigma

Become a part of our mission!​​

?Where Do Your Donations Go 
The money raised at these events goes directly into the community, helping to fund programs that stop the stigma of mental illness and offer support to those suffering. So far we have been able to provide $5,000 to kickstart Aevidum in ten Chester County high schools. Aevidum is a peer-based program that means "I've got your back" and approximately ten schools and 100 students participated.  To learn more about Aevidum, click here.

We also started a fund at West Chester University with another $5,000. The CCM Fund provides financial help to student and community clients of the West Chester University Community Mental Health Clinic, who cannot afford to pay for mental health services.  Learn more  here.