Security ONE was proud to be a sponsor of the 2014 Dinner To Remember in support of the Canadian Mental Health Association. Kim Willis, Senior Manager of Fund Development & Community Engagement, says the special evening that honoured three families. “The evening was a great success, raising over $8000 in support of the bereavement programs at the CMHA Windsor-Essex County Branch,” she said.
Last year, CMHA-WECB counselled over 700 adults and children. The bereavement programs receive little government funding, so Security ONE was thrilled to play a part in this inspirational event.
To learn more about the bereavement programs – or any of the other services offered at CMHA-WECB, please visit them online at www.cmha-wecb.on.ca.