Community support is important to us! Below are our upcoming events. Come out and participate in a memorable experience for a good cause.

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Mental Health Foundation Breakfast

Save the Date! The Foundation is hosting our 2018 Breakfast on March 14, 2018. Can’t wait to see you there.



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Wheels for Wellness

Thanks to everyone who made this year’s Wheels for Wellness on September 30th such a huge success! The work we do wouldn’t be possible without the passionate support of our community. Take a look at the highlight reel from this year’s event, and keep checking back: we’ll announce the results of this year’s event very soon.

Wheels for Wellness is part car rally, part show & shine, part after-party, and all about the kids. The mission: to raise money for the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation and the Mental Health Foundation, with money going toward children’s health and community wellness.

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Crescendo has an incredible goal: raise $5,000,000 over 5 years. Proceeds will be split equally between two beneficiaries: The Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation and The Mental Health Foundation. Your support this year goes towards programs provided by ACCESS Open Minds, which streamlines navigation of local mental health services for children and youth.

Our first year was a smash hit! Thanks to John Cameron Entertainment for their incredible vision, to our generous sponsors, and to everyone who came on June 9 to support a mentally healthier Edmonton. Read about it here. We’ll see you all next year!

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Your support makes a difference.

Special events play an important role in raising much needed funds for mental health research, programs and patient care, while building awareness of the urgent mental health care needs in our community.

Participate in our annual events, organize your own fundraiser on our behalf or select The Mental Health Foundation to receive the proceeds of any existing community or corporate events. You can make a difference in the lives of those suffering from mental illness!