The Fountain House Charity Services with Jeremy Goldstein

It is hard to understand how hard a situation is if you are not affected in any way. Patients and relatives of people living with mental illness understand that it is not easy. Fountain House has been a major anchor of support to many families. Every year they cater for 100000 members around the world. Read more: Exclusive NYC Wine Dinners Hosted by Attorney Jeremy Goldstein | PR Newswire and Jeremiah Goldstein Hosts Wine Dinner Supporting Fountain House

Jeremy Goldstein is one of the people who has had a hand in the success of Fountain House. Together with Omar Khan and Jim Finkel, they organized a fancy wine dinner party where they had great fun and at the same time helped raise funds for the organization. Learn more about Jeremiah Goldstein:

Members of Fountain House benefit in multiple ways. There are young people who are between the age of 18 and 30 years living with mental illness. It is hard for them to mingle with other people of their age bracket. Fountain House has worked to see that they encourage confidence, the formation of new friendships, completion of education and learning new skills.

As members go through the healing process, they are allowed to work in some of the community programs including; horticulture, education, communication, culinary, membership and reception. This has helped them gain self-esteem which makes it easy for them to blend in the real world without feeling indifferent. The participation also gives them a sense of pride.

Jeremy Goldstein works in his boutique law firm Partner at Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates. Before starting his firm, Jeremy was a partner in another prominent law firm. In the two decades, he has been a lawyer; he has overseen multiple acquisition deals including the Goodrich deal of United Technologies.

Jeremy Goldstein says that a decade ago there were many issues of conflict of interest that led many firms breaking from their branches. Goldstein saw this as an opportunity to start his firm, and fortunately, his assumptions were right.