2019/2020

Charity Beneficiaries

St. John's 2019: a Dollar a Day 

 

 

 

 

A Dollar A Day Foundation was established in 2018 to raise funds to close the gap between the availability of mental health and addictions programs and the growing need for them. Founded by Alan Doyle, Dr. Andrew Furey and Brendan Paddick, A Dollar A Day Foundation is a simple, affordable and empowering way to support frontline mental health and addictions programs.
Everyone gives a little - A Dollar A Day.

 

For more information about A Dollar A Day Foundation, or to become a Dollar-A-Dayer, please visit www.adollaraday.ca. You can also follow A Dollar A Day on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @adollaradayfdn.

Victoria 2020: Pacific Centre &
Citizens' Counselling

Pacific Centre Family Services Association

Since 1968, Pacific Centre Family Services Association has been promoting dignity and quality of life for families and individuals across Greater Victoria, especially on the West Shore, through education, counselling and creative programming. They offer a wide range of vital services for people dealing with substance use, mental health issues, and day-to-day life challenges. Across 14 core programs, their services are improving the lives of an average of 1,700 youth-at-risk, adults, families and seniors each year.

The Greater Victoria Citizens' Counselling Centre

A comprehensive hub for mental wellness, they offer individual counselling, couples counselling, and group counselling for those in our community trying to cope with anxiety, depression, self-esteem, anger management, addiction, or any number of other mental health challenges experienced by everyday Canadians.

 

Operating since 1969, they have helped over 22,000 people and, thanks to your support, will continue to meet the critical needs of countless Victorians suffering today.

2018 Beneficiary

K4M 2018 was proud to raise $14,777.48 for the Greater Victoria Citizens’ Counselling Centre, making an additional 1,222 counselling sessions available to those that need them.

Listen to Noodlebox managing partner, Jim Hayden, as he shares in the video below what mental health means to him.

#k4m

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