On Saturday, June 2nd the sun was shining for enthusiastic golfers ready to bring mental health into the spotlight while raising funds to support local programs and services through the 3rd annual Paul Everest Memorial Golf Tournament.

This year, 48 golfers came together to play a round of 18 holes and were joined by an additional 16 people for steak dinner afterwards at the Innerkip Highlands Golf Course. In its third year, the Paul Everest Memorial Golf Tournament raised a record-breaking $6,500 for local mental health programs, bringing the collective total raised from this event to approximately $13,500 to-date!

The golf tournament is planned by the Everest family in honour of their son’s memory, with funds supporting CMHA Niagara’s mental health programs and services.

On behalf of CMHA Niagara’s Board, Staff, and Clients, thank you for helping us serve Niagara residents holistically. We’re grateful for the Everest family and everyone else involved for their dedication to raising mental health awareness and breaking down stigma, and of course, the generosity they displayed with each donation that was made.

We could not do what we do without your help!