CMHA Vancouver Fraser is able to provide services and programs supporting long-term mental health for all of us with the incredible support from individuals and community partners.
We take great pride in developing long term strategic partnerships with companies, associations, community non-profits and employee groups who share our vision are committed to ensuring mentally healthy people in a healthy society.
Please support our community partners – we are stronger as a community when we work together towards a common vision.
Sharing a desire to create a mentally healthy society, CMHA Vancouver – Fraser provides partners with a variety of opportunities to meet corporate sponsorship, corporate social responsibility, business, and marketing or employee wellness objectives.
Each partnership brings strengths and unique contributions to the relationship. Perhaps it is communications to help us raise awareness of our programs, or employees who wish to volunteer, ambassadors who are keen to help raise funds, database analysis, social media or financial support – let’s explore the opportunities together and commit to a long term partnership.
Consider the opportunities:
Ride Don’t Hide Greater Vancouver – This is our signature fundraising event attracting over 1,200 riders annually, raising awareness and funds for mental health. Young professionals, families and weekend warriors for mental health riding for mental health and wellness. Register a team, host an event for Top Pledge Earners or sponsor the Ride itself. Find out more.
Children and Youth Programs – CMHA Vancouver Fraser offers Art and Expressive Therapy, Here4Peers, Super Fun Groups and Pandemonium programs for children and youth experiencing mental health challenges or who have parents with mental health challenge. Find out more about our Children and Youth Programs.
Third Party Events: Perhaps your team raises funds for a local cause. Please consider CMHA Vancouver Fraser as this year’s charity of choice. You will make a difference in creating a brighter future for our kids with mental health challenges. When you organize and host a fundraising event—large or small—you raise awareness of mental health and addiction issues in your community while helping CMHA support people in finding the help they need. (link)
We welcome your inquiry. Please call Sue Griffin, Director of Philanthropy, at 604-872-4902 ext. 243 or firstname.lastname@example.org