Winnipeg community runners have set a goal to run 100 miles over 30 hours with hope to raise awareness around mental health and Take Stigma to the Trash. Taking Stigma to the Trash began in light of a personal connection to mental health tragedies in the community, with hope to raise awareness around mental health and reduce the stigma associated with mental illness. This event is now a community initiative involving multiple runners working together to #TrashStigma for mental health. Join them in Taking Stigma to the Trash on Garbage Hill with a donation to CMHA Manitoba and Winnipeg.
Proceeds raised in Taking Stigma to the Trash will fund school-based mental illness literacy and stigma reduction programming in schools and post-secondary institutions, and in programs for youth transitioning out of the child welfare system.
Check out this Winnipeg Free Press article profiling Junel Malapad and the Taking Stigma to the Trash fundraiser for CMHA Manitoba and Winnipeg.
Mental Health Awareness Run
Location: Westview Park (GARBAGE HILL)
Date: Thursday, June 28 and Friday, June 29, 2018
Start Time: 12:00 pm (June 28) for 30 hours
WAYS TO DONATE
1. Donate online
All major credit cards accepted
2. Send a cheque to:
CMHA Manitoba and Winnipeg
930 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg, MB R3G 0P8
Please make cheque out to CMHA Manitoba and Winnipeg
3. Give a cheque to event organizers on June 28 or 29, 2018
All donations over $10 will receive a charitable receipt.