On Thursday, October 23rd I was overjoyed to present a $1 million dollar donation to the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. This will assist in the funding of their Well@Work initiatives to educate workplaces about workplace bullying.
The money will help fund a team of educational designers, clinical experts, and workplace trainers. The funding will develop enhanced educational programs for Canadian workers, corporations and organizations seeking evidence-based information and support to enhance mental health in the workplace.
This is something close to my heart and I’m happy to be able to fund such an important initiative.
The Well@Work investment is part of CAMH Foundation’s $200 million Breakthrough Campaign, the world’s largest fundraising campaign for a mental health hospital. The campaign is propelling CAMH, Canada’s leading hospital for mental health, to help more people recover faster, inspire hope through discovery and stop mental illness from destroying lives.
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The entire press release can be found below.