Your Actions Make a Difference
There is no health without mental health. Our medical teams understand that and so do you. In 2019, many of you supported various initiatives of the Mental Health Mission.
In total, almost 1 million dollars was raised to enable our medical teams to acquire specialized equipment, offer leading-edge care to the community and pursue their research projects.
On behalf of all those who benefited directly from this assistance: Thank you!
Needs in mental health are growing.
Make a difference in the lives of our patients and their families.
On January 29, let’s take part in Bell Let’s Talk Day
In 2018, we received a $400,000 donation from Bell Let’s Talk. Thanks to this major support, the Mental Health Mission was able to purchase new rTMS equipment to treat even more patients suffering from severe depression that is resistant to traditional treatments.
This is why the MGH Foundation will actively participate in the Bell Let’s Talk Day. On this occasion, we invite members of our community to send us examples of actions they are taking for their mental health or for the health of their loved ones. We will share all tips on Twitter on January 29th for the benefit of all!
On that day, Bell will donate 5¢ for every Tweet using #BellLetsTalk. Join the conversation by sharing your tips with us via email, at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Facebook.
Come walk or run with us
Together, let’s raise funds for women’s mental health by participating in the Pharmaprix Aimez Vous Course pour les Femmes at Parc Maisonneuve on June 13, 2020. This event to benefit the Montreal General Hospital Foundation and the Mental Health Mission will help women suffering from perinatal or postpartum depression, as well as women with borderline personality disorder. For more information or to register, visit codelife.ca/run2020.
Until February 1st, get a $5 discount on registration fees for the Run with promo code ALLONSAIDER.
Laughter is the best medicine
Come and have a good laugh at Code Comedy Night on March 26th at Atwater Club. Proceeds from this stand up comedy night will be donated to the Mental Health Mission in support of the Prevention and Early Intervention Program for Psychosis (PEPP). For more information or to purchase tickets, visit codelife.ca/codecomedy.