Photo Fundraiser

Photo Fundraiser to Support Healthy Minds Healthy Communities Campaign

With a new 2018 capital campaign donation of $500 or more, you are eligible to sponsor an Ian Raymond photograph of your choice that is  displayed throughout our new building! There are 26 beautiful pieces of artwork to choose from! With this sponsorship, you will receive an identical 8X12 photograph that is matted in a neutral colored mat, ready to frame, allowing you the opportunity to select framing that will match your décor! The value of this premium giveaway is $125.

If you are making a donation of $500 or more via PayPal, please include in the notes section which number and/or title photograph you choose. If you are mailing in a check, please specify in the memo section what your choice is.

Thank you for supporting our Healthy Minds Healthy Communities campaign!

To download a PowerPoint to share all these photos with others, click here


Sponsor a Photograph

Donate via Paypal

Please remember to include in the notes section which number and/or title photograph you choose!

Or, donate via mail:

Checks should be payable to “Lakes Region Mental Health Center” and mailed to:

Lakes Region Mental Health Center
Attn: Development Office
40 Beacon Street East
Laconia, NH 03246

About the Artist

Ian owns Raymond Photography in Laconia.  His studio specializes in commercial, architectural, and industrial photography;  as well as fine art portraiture and landscapes, many of which are displayed in homes and businesses throughout New England.  His love of landscapes is closely tied to his work as an environmental activist. “In my travels I have come to truly appreciate the beauty that surrounds us, and how important the natural environment is to our quality of life.  It is my hope that my photographs will serve not only as an historical record of picturesque landscapes, but also as an inspiration to other conservation-minded individuals to preserve what we have been blessed with.”

In addition to his photography, Ian also writes for magazines, has served as a state representative, and works on several committees and with nonprofit organizations on renewable energy issues. Please visit his website,