Our Harbour Walks for Mental Health

9 TH ANNUAL MONTREAL WALKS FOR MENTAL HEALTH: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2017

Coordinator Regine and Director General Dolly share a moment before the walk with Elina Poja, our stagiaire from the Dawson College Social Service programme.

Anyone visiting these pages no doubt agrees that more should be done to reduce the stigma of mental illness.

NOW is the time to Talk the Talk as well as Walk the Walk.

The large Our Harbour contingent swelled the ranks of the 2017 Montreal Walk for Mental Health.

Our Harbour had its best turnout ever for the 2017 Montreal Walk for Mental Health. Close to 30 members of the Our Harbour Family walked, including a number of the extended family (relatives of residents)! We would like to thank the sponsors for our many walkers who made their efforts worthwhile. We Walked the Walk together with like-minded organizations from around Quebec. Most of us wore burgundy baseball caps or fuschia head bands with the Montreal Walks logo.

A big shout out to Regine who coordinated the participation of residents and volunteers over the last couple of weeks along with her regular duties. Thank you Regine.

Help us exceed our $1500 goal, even if you did not attend. We’re almost there: you could put us over the top! The campaign actually extends to November 1st, so if you haven’t had a chance to sponsor a walker yet, there is still time!

You can make a direct donation toward the walk through this Our Harbour website. Click on the Canadahelps.org button and add ‘Montreal Walks’ and even a walker’s name in the message field.

 

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