Get ready for a burger bender! For two whole months our friends at Krave Burger are raising funds for the Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia. Be sure to swing by for a delicious burger in support of community mental health initiatives throughout Nova Scotia as often as you can in August and September. See you there!
28-year-old Neil Hamilton is crossing the country, city by city, raising awareness about mental health and addiction.
Hamilton was diagnosed with PTSD after witnessing a fatal head-on collision in 2017 and his attempts to save a woman named Samantha were unsuccessful. After experiencing the challenges of navigating the mental health system firsthand, Hamilton decided to set out on foot to change the way people think.
Neil Hamilton is determined to eradicate stigma while raising funds for mental health and addiction programs and services. The Mental Health Foundation is proud to be chosen as his beneficiary while he travels through Nova Scotia.
To learn more visit his Walk for Samantha Facebook Page.
Get into the game in support of mental health initiatives!
The Pellerine Tournament of Hearts charity co-ed softball tournament takes place August 31- September 1 at the Halifax Common. The event features a BBQ, 50/50 draws, games for kids and much more! Cost per player is $30. Full registration information can be found here.
A great way to spend your Labour Day weekend – playing softball and raising money for Nova Scotians living with mental illness and addiction and their loved ones.
For more information regarding registration, sponsorship or gifts-in-kind please contact Iain MacKay at email@example.com
DONUT MISS YOUR CHANCE TO SUPPORT MENTAL HEALTH!
For the entire month of September Vandal Doughnuts is donating $1.50 from the sale of its Charity Nut to the Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia.
The doughnut will only be available in store until the end of the month so head on over and stock up on donuts to help increase financial support to community initiatives for mental illness and addiction.
Deep Roots Music Festival, in partnership with the Mud Creek Rotary Club, is pleased to present The Song and the Sorrow in support of the Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia.
This very special opening night show features a performance by celebrated Maritime singer-songwriter Catherine MacLellan following the screening of her National Film Board documentary. The Song and the Sorrow, directed by Millefiore Clarkes captures Catherine’s personal struggle to reconcile a family tragedy and confront the hurtful mystery of her absent father, Canadian Country Music Hall of Famer, Gene MacLellan. It also illustrates her journey to embrace his musical legacy, and break the silence and stigma surrounding mental illness.
The Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia is honoured to be the beneficiary of this poignant and incredibly important artistic endeavour.
Join Yoga Instructor Dianne Flynn for a monthly karma class in support of mental health initiatives throughout Nova Scotia.
This Hatha-Vinyasa style yoga and meditation class will enhance your own mental health while raising funds and awareness about mental illness and addiction. Improve your mind-body connection through breathing, movement and physical postures while regaining balance and promoting self-care.
All proceeds will go directly to the Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia’s efforts to improve the lives of Nova Scotians living with mental illness and addiction, and their loved ones.
Join us on Thursday, July 4th at 10 a.m. at the Hugh Bell Lecture Hall for our Annual General Meeting. A chance to shine a light on 2018-19 and honour our Outstanding Volunteers, Outstanding Achievement and Partners in our Vision. We hope you’ll join us to reflect on the past year and look ahead at what’s to come.
The Annual Kyle Currie Memorial Golf Classic takes place on June 14th, 2019. Formerly called Help Our Heroes, the golf tournament is now held in honour of Kyle Currie, a Halifax Regional Firefighter who took his own life after developing Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. This is the sixth year for the charity event which raises funds and awareness in support of mental health research, education and resources for first responders.
Now in its third year, “Spinning With the Stars” is an entertaining show where Hali-famous people perform as circus artists. Each team is coached by a world-class performer to amaze and entertain the audience with acrobatic feats and theatrics to their choice of music. The evening consists of 10-12 Aerial Theatre performances, a silent auction and awards ceremony, followed by a DJ dance party.
The event is run by inesS™ (Studio In Essence), a fitness centre offering classes and personal training in Pilates and aerial circus training since 2005. The studio offers body-positive, safe, creative and fun paths to physical wellness. Studio in Essence believes physical and mental wellness are connected, and therefore believe in supporting mental health.
The event takes place in the Schooner Room at Casino Nova Scotia Friday, May 31st, 2019. All proceeds go to the Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia to support programs and services for Nova Scotians living with mental illness and addictions.
Let us hear your BATTLE CRY to end the stigma that surrounds Mental illness. Join runners on April 20, 2019 and show your support for the Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia.
This 5K/10K fun run is organized by Andrea Fennel in memory of her brother Alan Doy who had planned to go back to school and work in the Mental Health field before his death. This run is to honor his dream offering help and hope to those suffering with mental illness.
We all know someone who lives with mental illness or loves someone who does. Let's share our Battle Cry and give mental illness and the stigma that comes with it a run for it.
Because it's ok to not be ok!
For more information contact Andrea Fennel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Humani-T Cafe is giving away FREE GELATO on Saturday, April 13th in support of the Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia! Bring your family and friends, line-up, and get your free scoop by simply giving what you can to help Nova Scotians living with mental illness and addiction. We are thrilled to be the benefactor of this annual initiative from Humani-T Cafe which raises funds and awareness for a different charity each year.
The 3rd Annual Shubie Classic 5K takes place on April 13th, 2019 and is the perfect race to start the season! We would love for you to join us on this incredibly scenic route. For only $35.00 you can take part in this 5K chip-timed event with coffee and delicious treats after the race. Every participant gets a finishers medal! We hope to see you there! Proceeds support the Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia
Join Zumba® instructor Cynthia McGrath for 90 minutes of high-energy dance and aerobics in support of Nova Scotians living with mental illness. No experience necessary- all you need is a positive attitude, a full water bottle and your best moves! This fitness fundraiser is sure to give you a whole new appreciation for the benefits of exercise for your mental health. We guarantee you ‘ll have fun and get a great workout while actively supporting the Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia!
Proudly presented by BMO Bank of Montreal, the 16th annual A Different Stage of Mind calls on community leaders and mental health advocates to step out of their comfort zones and into the spotlight to raise funds and awareness for mental illness and addictions.
Doors open at 7:00, show starts at 8:00.
Dress is smart casual.
Want to play a role? Purchase a table or donate to your favourite act's fundraising goal!
Inaugural Models For Mental Health taking place on November 6th.
Twenty 'Hali-famous' models will be 'strutting their stuff' wearing beautiful designer outfits from some of Nova Scotia's leading consignment boutiques! All of this in support of Seeds of Success at Northwood, funded by the Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia.
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The Atlantic Abilities Conference is a comprehensive conference for families, educators and professionals focused on these three pillars: Mental Wellness, Physical Wellness and Learning Abilities. Join us September 27-28, 2018 at the Halifax Marriott Harbourfront Hotel for thought-provoking panel discussions, informative breakout sessions and keynotes by Dr. Temple Grandin and other industry-leading professionals. our charitable partners are Special Olympics Nova Scotia, the Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia and Autism Nova Scotia.
Please join us on Saturday, August 18th from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for Can-Am Demo Day!
Free Demo Rides (conditions apply), Hot Country 103.5 and Live 105 Cruiser will be on site with a BBQ by donation with all proceeds going to the Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia.
Join Cynthia McGrath for Zumbathon 2018 at the MSVU Fitness Studio on Saturday June 23! All proceeds go towards the Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia.
Registration opens at 12:30 p.m. The Zumbathon begins at 1 p.m. and goes until 2:30 p.m.
Our aim is to raise awareness and help to reduce the stigma around mental health while having a rocking night! Proceeds to Mental Health Foundation, T-Shirts for sale, 50/50 Draws and Gift basket draw. Guest speakers including Leah Parsons, Shattered Silence and more plus Mr Wayne Schnare as our MC. Enjoy a great night of music while supporting a good cause and lets open up the conversation.
This show will join your favourite Hali-Famous people with Circus Artists and raise money for the Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia. Friday, June 1st is going to be a wild and fun night at Casino Nova Scotia. 19+ event.
This two-day conference, with a special pre-conference seminar with Dr. Dan Hughes, will take place at Mount Saint Vincent University, Rosaria Centre from October 20-22, 2017.