Donor Recognition

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3 June, 2016

Paul Everest Memorial Golf Tournament donates proceeds to CMHA Niagara

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On June 2, 2016 Peter Everest visited us at our 36 Page Street office in St. Catharines with a generous donation of $1270. In honour of his son's memory, the Paul Everest Memorial Golf Tournament raises awareness about mental health issues and helps raise essential funds that directly support the services we offer in our community. We extend a warm thank you to Peter and all of the tournament's participants for your hard work and dedication, and for helping us build a stronger community through your unrelenting support. Our efforts to serve Niagara are made possible because of the generosity of [...]

29 January, 2016

Local Sorority Donates to CMHA Niagara

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On Thursday, January 28th, representatives from the Omega Sigma Chi Sorority came to our Board of Directors meeting to officially present us with a cheque. Omega Sigma Chi organized two successful fundraising events, a volleyball tournament and "Greek Life" Auction.  A big THANK YOU to the ladies at the Omega Sigma Chi Sorority! Your donation helps individuals experiencing challenges with their mental health and we at CMHA Niagara are so grateful for your support!  

21 October, 2015

Hellbender Ink Vintage Tattoo Supports Mental Health

2017-01-04T09:57:46+00:00 Categories: CMHA News, Donor Recognition, Photo|

Pictured: Doug (owner and artist at Hellbender Ink Vintage Tattoo) and George (Executive Director at CMHA Niagara) Doug Newton, multi-award winning tattoo artist and shop owner, came to Canadian Mental Health Association, Niagara's administrative office on October 20, 2015 to make a generous donation. Doug has had clients request the "semicolon" tattoo that has recently been in the media, a movement that is explained here. This meaningful tattoo movement inspired Doug to donate to CMHA Niagara's mental health programs. Thank you, Doug, for coming to our office today and making a donation! You are helping to support positive [...]

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