Scott Campbell’s 100 Day Journey for the Mental Health Foundation

F.R.E.E. Bootcamp, April 7, 2017. 7 PM. Lexus of Edmonton, 11204 170 Street 

F.R.E.E. Fitness is offering a free boot camp open to all on behalf of Scott’s campaign, with all proceeds going to the Mental Health Foundation.

KPC Self Defense Class for Mental Health, 14 May, 2017. 10AM-1PM, KPC Self-Defense, 10826 124 st

KPC is hosting a charity Self Defense seminar in conjunction with Live Boldly. We will be donating all of the money raised to the Edmonton Mental Heath foundation.The cost is $55 CDN.

Sunset Stairs with Jordan Jeske, Wednesday, June 7. 6 PM.
Every Wednesday of the summer, at 6pm at the Westridge Stairs on the Westend of Edmonton, Jordan Jeske gets a crew together to run stairs. Their first session of the season is on June 7, and in coordination with Scott’s campaign, they are taking donations on behalf of the Mental Health Foundation.

Stay tuned for upcoming events as they are announced!

Scott’s Story

On June 17th Scott will be tackling Canada’s Toughest Mudder, an intense obstacle course in Whistler, BC, with a goal of raising $5,000 to contribute toward the purchase of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) equipment in Edmonton.

Scott wants to make impact in his community and do more for others, and so decided to use 100 day run-up to Canada’s Toughest Mudder as a vehicle to bring some further awareness and support to a great cause that he’s passionate about. He wanted to do more than just talk; he wanted to help make an impact.

As Scott mentions in the video above, TMS is an extremely beneficial and non-intrusive technology that helps treat those suffering from severe depression.

Together we can make an impact! Help Scott reach his goal of raising $5,000 to help the Mental Health Foundation get one step closer to reaching our goal of $400,000 to purchase 4 new pieces of TMS equipment. We are very close to having TMS treatment be made available to the residents of Edmonton and its surrounding communities!

“I’m ready to help,” says Scott, “are you?”

You can read more about his campaign here or you can help raise funds for this important cause by donating to Scott’s campaign.

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