All of our programs and fundraising initiatives are driven by YOU - the community. These programs are sparking conversations, reducing stigma around depression and other mental health concerns as well as helping provide much needed funding for youth mental health resources.
Join us, October 1st and Run or walk 5k or 10k and help us go the distance for child and youth mental health at North York General Hospital (NYGH). Register or Support Us!
Every conversation, every dollar of support and every reshare makes a difference. Take a listen to Maddie's brother Zac, her mom Nicole and our community member and annual run team captain Robert and then join us!
We wish upon a star that depression will never extinguish anyone's light again. This star jewelry (ring and stud earrings) from Suetables (available in sterling silver or gold) is to celebrate Maddie - her charm, sparkle and light. The star reminds us how important everyone's light is.
Just by sparking conversations we are making change - contact us if you are interested in having us to speak at your school event, community program or corporate event.
From bake sales, dance shows and fashion shows to marathons, 5km runs or fitness events to fancy galas and corporate programs - we love all types of events. Contact us with your ideas or event.
One of the most wonderful way to help someone struggling with mental health challenges is share your story. Reach out if you would be interested in sharing your story (anonymous is ok too) on our blog.
Whether you buy or sell, we love to share in the goodness of special items with our community - from jewelry, to note cards, t-shirts, music CDs and more.
We work with companies large and small that want to support youth mental health in their communities through employee engagement programs, campaigns, events and more.
All of our fund-raising and donations go directly towards supporting improved access to services for youth and their families - and every dollar matters. Donate now
Browse some articles and personal stories about youth mental health here