Winnipeg March For Mental Health
***We are OUT OF SWAG BAGS and t-shirts, but if you would like to register to support Inspire Community Outreach and collect pledges, your registration and support is still welcome and very much appreciated! ***

Celebrate your strength by marching with your friends and family.
May 6th, 1 to 4pm
St.Vital Park

The Winnipeg March for Mental Health intends to raise public awareness of how common mental illness is, to normalize and validate the experiences of those people who struggle with mental differences or challenges, and to underscore the truth that no one is defined by their mental illness.
Supporters can register as marchers for a fee of $30. After May 1st registration is $40.

Money raised will go directly to covering the costs of this important event. Any additional funds raised will be given to Inspire Community Outreach to support Fall 2017 programming for children and youth with mental differences and those at risk of mental illness. As a token of appreciation, registered marchers will receive a tax receipt for their $30 donation.
**There will be prizes for the TOP 3 people, who raise funds through registering***

Don't forget to wear PURPLE to celebrate Mental Health!

What is Inspire Community Outreach?
Exceptional Programs for Exceptional Youth and Their Families

Inspire Community Outreach Inc. is an incorporated non-profit social services agency working with youth in Winnipeg, Manitoba, in the hopes that they will find their passion and create connections that will last a life-time. We use a strengths-based approach in teaching skill building programs like mindfulness training, creative expression (including art, poetry, and music), cooking/nutrition, physical activity, and other positive coping strategies.

Mission: To support the mental health of youth, children and their families

Vision Statement: Our Vision is a community that empowers children, youth and families to experience and to support these groups in recognizing their strengths, resources, potential and overall well-being.

To provide culturally sensitive, family focused and child focused programming designed to meet the needs of those living with mental health issues and other developmental challenges.
To provide affordable education and programming to support youth at risk
To provide families with appropriate resources and networking opportunities to support their needs
To work collaboratively with community agencies in a consultation role
To provide opportunities for children and youth to empower their lives through education and support in group work.

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