Community Fundraisers

Whether you are holding a fundraising event, participating in a run or walk, or setting up your own fundraising page to support the Mental Health Foundation, you will be contributing to care, advocacy, research and education that will help the 1 in 5 in our community who suffer from mental illness and their families. No event is too small to make a difference.

Community support is important to us! Below are upcoming events hosted by members of the community.


Past Community Fundraisers

We’re grateful for our community members who have chosen to support the Foundation with their activities. Below are some past events to raise money for mental health on our behalf. If you’re interested in finding a way to contribute, keep reading for some inspiration for how you can help.

Ride for Resilience

On Saturday, November 6th, 2021, we’re riding to raise funds for mental health right here in Alberta. We invite you to join us as we encourage both physical and mental fitness.… Learn more

Hockey Helps Kids Kickoff

This week was not only the kickoff to the hockey season, but also the kickoff to a program co-founded by Chloe and Harrison Katz: Hockey Helps Kids.… Learn more

A Party with a Purpose

For her 65th birthday celebration on October 1st, the Foundation’s long-time supporter Krishna Gupta hosted a “Party with a Purpose” at the Hotel Macdonald.… Learn more

Fundraiser Spotlight: Scott Campbell’s Tough Mudder Journey

From now until he hits the Tough Mudder course, Scott is dedicating his fitness journey to the Mental Health Foundation. … Learn more

R.S. Fowler Speaks Up for Mental Health

On May 5 Richard S. Fowler participated in a 10 hour bike-a-thon, with an amazing $40,000 goal.… Learn more

Fundraiser Spotlight: UAlberta Varsity Bike-a-thon 2017

In support of the Foundation, members of the Golden Bears and Pandas teams participated in a 24 hour event inside the Saville Community Sports Centre.… Learn more

Fundraiser Spotlight: Taylor McDonald

Taylor McDonald did double duty this year as second for curling Team Kelsey Rocque, not only winning gold in the 2017 Winter Universiade, but also raising $4,830 for mental health.… Learn more