Growing Together Canada
Where there is Despair, may we bring Hope
We’re not all in the same boat, but we are in the same storm. Together through our Faith (trust & action), Hope (beliefs), and Love (acceptance), acknowledge, support and include others in our journey so that in the end we all make it through the storm together.
Andy & Robin
For me it took faith (trust & action), hope (belief), and love (acceptance) to move my recovery from my mental health illnesses from hopefully to knowing I am going to be OK, I am not alone and I still have a choice. Give hope a chance, we are not alone, we are going to be ok, we have a choice.
It’s not just a part of who we are as survivors – it’s a part of who we are as a nation. – The Honourable Murray Sinclair
Honouring and preserving residential school truths for all time, for all of Canada. Visit to learn more @ NCTR
We are here to help. No one needs to face MS alone. The MS Society provides information, support, educational events and other resources for people living with MS and their families. #MSAWARENESS
To learn more go to: MS Society of Canada
Come Together Again at MS Walk Sunday May 29, 2022
This May, one community made up of tens of thousands of Canadians comes together again to walk, connect, and show that no person living with multiple sclerosis is alone. Register for MS Walk today as we walk toward a world free of MS.
Energize Don't Hide registration is LIVE! Join us from May 2 - June 30, 2022 for our mental and physical wellness challenge! Be part of the #MOVEment to ensure your loved ones access to CMHA Calgary mental health programs and services! Register today
The Mustard Seed is a Christian non-profit organization that has been caring for individuals experiencing homelessness and poverty since 1984. Operating in five cities across Alberta and British Columbia
Learn more & Donate Today @ The Mustard Seed
YOU can make a positive impact in the lives of children and families in housing crisis.
Your gift will provide HOPE to a family in our city who needs it most.
Every dollar makes an impact
Learn more and donate today @ Inn from the Cold
Services at the Centre for Newcomers are influenced by and embody our values; those values are equality and respect, collaboration, communication, professionalism, caring, diversity and inclusion.
Learn more and donate today @ Centre for Newcomers
With most employees spending more waking hours at work than anywhere else, the workplace plays a significant role in a person’s life. Work can contribute to mental well-being but it can also negatively affect it.
Join Today @ NOT myself TODAY
We're excited to announce the launch of Together to Live, your step by step guide to creating a community suicide prevention plan.
This is a guide to preventing suicide in your community. The guide will walk you through creating a community suicide prevention plan.
Learn more and connect today @ together to live
What is mental health?
Mental health is different for everyone, and talking about it can bring up strong emotions. Kids Help Phone is available 24/7 to help boost understanding of mental health so you can feel more empowered to talk about it.
Connect today or to learn more go to:
Buddy Up is a men’s suicide prevention communications campaign: 'a call to action to men, by men.
Center for Suicide Prevention
To learn more about Buddy Up go to: Buddy Up
I learned to share openly, honestly and without judgement about my mental health illnesses. Peer support allowed me to remove the many masks that I have wore throughout my life and live my truth today.
One of the greatest gifts you can give to someone, is the gift of love by way of acknowledgment, empathy, compassion, acceptance and inclusion. The world today needs more love, and less of indifference towards each other.
The world today needs more Great Love for one another and less indifference towards each other.
Dear friends, since God so loved us, we also ought to love one another. No one has ever seen God; but if we love one another, God lives in us and his love is made complete in us.
1 John 4: 11-12
We are losing to many Grandparents, Fathers, Uncles, Brothers, Sons and Friends. It's time to end the stigma, there is no shame or guilt in reaching out for help.
By uniting together in our common challenges and bringing our lived experience, knowledge and wisdom into our conversations and listening to one another with empathy and compassion, we will grow together and build strength in our lives and in helping others.
Diversity is what makes the world such a beautiful and interesting place. When you open your life to it, you learn to respect and celebrate those differences that make everyone special— including your own.
Diversity does not exist without inclusion. When people feel included, they feel a sense of belonging that drives increased participation, results and creates collaborative connections which are innovative, engaging and vibrant. Individuals that feel included are more likely to be positively engaged within their lives and in helping others.