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Help Make an Impact to Transform Mental Health in Canada.

09 Sep

As your respective workplaces prepare to launch their annual GCWCC / United Way charitable campaigns, I invite you to consider directing your contribution pledges to Partners for Mental Health / Partenaires pour la santé mentale (Charitable Registration Number: 845551605RR0001).

Partners for Mental Health is a national registered charity that works to transform the way Canadians of all ages think about – and act towards – people living with a mental health problem or illness. Partners has two flagship initiatives that are breaking new ground to rally individual Canadians, organizations and governments, and to create change: a youth campaign, called Right By You; and a workplace mental health campaign, Not Myself Today.

Thanks to the generous support of donors like yourselves, Partners was able to produce this internationally-acclaimed public service announcement, winner of the 2013 Best Non-profit DoGooder Video award, presented by See3 Communications and YouTube.

And that’s just one example of the great work done by Partners. Read our [impact report] for more information.

Even if your employer does not organize a formal workplace charitable campaign, you can take action right now and make a difference with your donation to Partners today. It’s as easy as filling in the blanks right here.

As a volunteer with Partners’ local Community Action Team and their Speakers’ Bureau, I thank you in advance for your generous gift.

Be well.

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