Fly a Kite for Mental Heath

by Michael Jordan
(Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)

Fly a Kite for Mental Health is an event in Winnipeg, Manitoba at Kildonan Park May 7th, 2016 from 12:30 to 4:30. This is to build awareness for youth mental health and suicide awareness. We will be holding a kite auction, with unique design kites, to raise funds for youth mental health initiatives.

All funds raised go to the Partnership for Mental Health national movement, the Right by You campaign. We welcome people, families and kite lovers alike to come and enjoy the day!

Come fly a kite in for mental health. Be this is memory for someone, to honor someone, to celebrate or just to have fun. We welcome all to this fantastic day!

Contact information is as follows:

Email: volunteers@partnersformh.ca
Phone: 613-683-3741

Thank you very much!

Michael Jordan (I am a volunteer with Partners for Mental Heath, a non-profit organization. It would be great if you could advertise this on your site as it would help us a lot.)

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Very worthy cause - hope it all goes well, with some mercy from the weather on the day!

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