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Giving Tuesday

Most of us have heard about Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but do you know about Giving Tuesday?

Giving Tuesday is a new global movement for giving and volunteering that happens each year on the Tuesday following Black Friday. It’s a day when charities, companies and individuals come together to support, and rally for, their favourite causes.

CMHA-WECB is a Giving Tuesday partner! Our Giving Tuesday partner profile page allows supporters to donate directly to us through – CMHA pg

By clicking the link above, you will be supporting our Light the Way campaign, and specifically our Bereavement and Client Assistance Fund Programs.

The Bereavement Program provides supportive grief counseling to bereaved individuals, as well as education and consultation to community agencies, groups and the general public. Facilitated support groups based on type of death or relationship to the deceased offer peer support and education which promote understanding of the grieving process, as well as learning and implementation of healthy coping strategies. This program receives minimal government funding.

The Client Assistance Fund was established to assist some of CMHAs  most vulnerable clients. They can access this fund to alleviate short-term hardships they are experiencing. This may be used for bus tickets, cab fare and/or food vouchers. This fund is 100% funded by community donations.

Thank you!


Light the Way




Light the Way

November 26 – December 24, 2015

Devonshire Mall

7th Annual Candlelight Vigil Service

Sunday, December 13, 2015

Please join us for the 7th annual Candlelight Service in remembrance of children who have died.

WFCU Centre

Call 519-255-1749 to register.

Concurrent Disorders Family Group

Starting October 14, 2015Every Wednesday for 6 Weeks

Time: 5-7 p.m.

Location: CMHA, 1400 Windsor Ave.

Register by calling Marty Gregorian, (519) 255-9940×273

Ride Don't Hide

In 2015 more than 6,000 mental health supporters took part in the Canadian Mental Health Association’s (CMHA) Ride Don’t Hide charity bike ride, raising more than $1.1 million for mental health programs and services. All Ride Don’t Hide funds raised locally will go towards mental health programs within the local communities.

The ride took place in 27 communities throughout the country, making it Canada’s largest community bike ride for mental health. In Windsor 240 individuals participated and raised $35,000 in support of the Bereavement program.

Watch for details about Ride Don’t Hide 2016 at


Go Green Golf Tournament

June 13, 2016

Essex Golf & Country Club