We Are Creating Awareness And Fundraising To End Stigma Surrounding Mental Health.

Our Current Project Is Climbing The Highest Mountains On The 7 Continents Of The World!

CURRENT CORE FUNDRAISER

The 7 Summits for Mental Health
Completed & Up Coming

ALL expeditions are privately funded by individuals.

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Help Us Raise $700,000 Over Two Years

Funds will be donated to CAMH Foundation in direct support of the groundbreaking Bridging Clinic.

ALL donations are eligible for a tax deductible receipt.

CAMH’s New Bridging Clinic

The Bridging Clinic was designed to help people with less urgent needs receive prompt treatment. It enables CAMH to free up medical resources—and reduce wait times—for people experiencing serious mental health crises. In most cases, Clinic staff can see patients within 60 minutes—dramatically less time than the typical emergency department wait time.

Transforming the experience of seeking care
after a mental health crisis.

We need your donations to continue supporting CAMH’s new Bridging Clinic located at the revitalized hospital campus in downtown Toronto.

It is not our differences that divide us.

It is our inability to recognize, accept,

and celebrate those differences.

Recent Blog Posts

On our blog you can read about training, summit climbs and special events to raise funds.
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Mount Kosciuszko, Australia

Mount Kosciuszko is mainland Australia’s highest mountain at 2,228 meters (7,310 ft) above sea level. It’s located within the Kosciuszko National Park, and from the ski town in Thredbo Village it’s only a 13 km return walk to the summit.

Denali – First Portuguese Women to Summit (Part 2)

We climb from our 14,000 feet camp up to 17,000 feet. I can’t lie… it was hard. The fixed lines were surprisingly the easiest to do, but there were high stretches and really thin walking sections along the ridges.

Denali – First Portuguese Women to Summit (Part 1)

I arrived in Anchorage in the evening and checked into the hotel.

I arrived with a very heavy heart. My mother in law, Bonnie, has been diagnosed as ‘failure to thrive’ and moved to a hospice room for the family to say goodbye. I’m not there. I need to be. I want to be.

Aconcagua, reaching the Summit and more

Today we moved to Camp 2, Nido de Condores, which stands at 5,560 metres. There are mountains all around us, yet it seems we are above them all.

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