Great Canadian Giving Challenge

Written by CMHA Alberta

Have you heard of The Great Canadian Giving Challenge?

The Great Canadian Giving Challenge encourages Canadians to donate to charities in a typically low giving season. The challenge runs from June 1 to June 30, 2016. Every dollar you donate to us, qualifies us to win $10,000!  

For many Albertans who feel overwhelmed, knowing when they need help, where to get it and how to recover is often unclear and inaccessible.

Mental health is like a level table. When a table is uneven it is no longer functional. The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) helps keep the table level for thousands of Albertans each year.

We are here when you need us.

The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) in Alberta is your connection to community mental health support. We know that everyone can feel overwhelmed at times. CMHA in Alberta is there when you need help with your mental health or when you need to find help for someone you care about.

Join us!

When you give to CMHA you become part of positive change in Alberta. Together we can make a difference in the lives of our friends, neighbors, family, and co-workers.  And there’s a lot of difference to be made.

With your support, we positively impact thousands of lives – whether individuals are seeking urgent mental health supports, housing, family support or simply looking to take control of whatever is going on in their lives.

The Team at CMHA Alberta Division,

Jennifer, Jillian, David, Louise, and Kayla 

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The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) in Alberta is made up of eight regions. Additionally CHMA in Alberta includes the Centre for Suicide Prevention and a Divisional (Provincial) office located in Edmonton.

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