Lace up those running shoes and join us for this year’s event, on Sunday, October 14, 2018, at 11 a.m. We have a NEW location for our 10th anniversary–Place Emilie-Gamelin (next to Berri-UQAM metro)!
MONTREAL WALKS for mental health is an annual 2 kilometre walk organized by the MONTREAL WALKS for mental health Foundation. Every fall, walkers take to the streets of downtown Montreal to help increase public awareness about mental health and eliminate stigma and discrimination towards people living with mental illness. Plus, the walk is an opportunity to raise funds for organizations providing mental health services.
The Walk Celebrates 10 Years!
Join us as we celebrate our 10th anniversary.
New Location for this year’s walk
Announcing our new location: Place Emilie-Gamelin, right next to Berri-UQAM metro.
New Location for the 2018 Walk
We have a NEW location for our 10th anniversary–Place Emilie-Gamelin (next to Berri-UQAM metro)!
www.mtlmarche.com - MONTRÉAL MARCHE pour la santé mentale est une fondation ayant pour mission la sensibilisation de la population à la santé mentale et l’élimination des préjugés et de la discrimination envers les personnes vivant avec une maladie mentale et les personnes qui les soutiennent. La fondation accomplit sa mission par l’organisation d’une marche annuelle.
www.mtlwalks.com - MONTREAL WALKS for mental health is a foundation whose mission is to increase public awareness about mental health and eliminate stigma and discrimination towards people who live with a mental illness and those who support them. The foundation fulfills its mission through the organization of an annual walk.
MONTRÉAL MARCHE pour la santé mentale - MONTRÉAL WALKS for mental health
5601, rue Sherbrooke Ouest
Montréal (Québec) H4A 1W4
Following the death of its founder and namesake, the Kate Spade fashion brand is pledging to donate $1 million to mental health awareness and suicide prevention causes, the company says. “We hope that our support will shed even more light on the disease and encourage those who suffer from mental health issues to seek help. Collectively, we must all do more.”
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