Thank you to the following supporters of the My Mental Health Campaign who have generously provided financial support and otherwise:
TransCanada Corporation is a leader in the responsible development and reliable operation of North American energy infrastructure. TransCanada’s network of approximately 41,000 kilometers (25,600 miles) of pipeline transports the majority of Western Canada’s natural gas production to key Canadian and U.S. markets. A growing independent power producer, TransCanada owns, or has interests in, approximately 6,700 megawatts of power generation in Canada and the United States.
RBC Financial Group
RBC Financial Group is Canada’s largest bank as measured by assets and market capitalization and one of North America’s leading diversified financial services companies. They provide personal and commercial banking, wealth management services, insurance, corporate and investment banking and transaction processing services on a global basis. Their corporate support team enables business growth with expert professional advice and state of the art processes and technology. RBC employs approximately 69,000 people who serve more than 14 million personal, business and public sector clients throughout offices in North America and some 30 countries around the world.
Maclaren McCann is an emerging leader in the realm of social marketing, given their recent work with the YWCA at the provincial level and otherwise. As such, the agency has donated all of their creative work, and developed the concepts for advertising for this campaign to include television spots, print ads, etc. MacLaren McCann, a subsidiary of McCann-Erickson World Group, is one of the leading advertising agencies in Canada. With a strong presence in the field of advertising since 1922, some of their clients include: Rogers Communications, Sony of Canada, Royal Bank Financial Group, General Motors of Canada, Johnson & Johnson, Intel, Microsoft and Coca-Cola. The agency won several awards at the 2006 Canadian Marketing Association Awards Gala.
Alberta Lottery Fund
The Alberta Lottery Fund supports thousands of volunteer programs, community events, and non-profit organizations around the province. With the government’s portion of revenues from ticket lotteries, slot machines, and VLT’s, they are able to provide funding for these worthy causes. The Alberta Foundation for the Arts, the Wild Rose Foundation and Centennial Grants are three examples of programs, which receive funding from the Alberta Lottery Fund.
Calgary Health Region
The Calgary Health Region is one of the most comprehensive, publicly funded health care systems in the country. Their aim is to serve the 1.2 million individuals in Calgary and surrounding communities through an accessible care system. Over 25,000 physicians and staff assist in more than 100 health care facilities around the city and southern Alberta.
Capital Health in Edmonton is Canada's largest health region and is affiliated with the University of Alberta, providing integrated health services to more than one million residents in Edmonton and the surrounding area. Capital Health acts as a referral centre to central and northern Alberta, the North and the Prairies, providing specialized services such as trauma and burn treatment, organ transplants and high-risk obstetrics.
Become a Partner
Help us break through the barriers that surround mental illness by supporting Canadian Mental Health Association initiatives to combat stigma and provide community mental health support services. Major gifts from individuals, corporations, and through grants make a significant contribution to the important work and vision of CMHA. To effectively reach the community, financial and other kinds of support are needed from a variety of partners. Support of initiatives like the My Mental Health Campaign help us reach across the province and make a difference in realizing CMHA's goal of fostering a more informed and compassionate view of mental illness. We all need to share in the responsibility to help achieve better mental health.
To make a donation, see the Donate page, or contact your local CMHA office directly.