Subway Brunet is proud to have lent a helping hand to the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) / Champlain East towards reaching these goals by collecting over $331,000 during the course of the past ten annual golf tournaments.
The funds were used by CMHA to support youth education on mental health. Mental health promotion in schools means that students are introduced to various mental disorders, such as suicidal behaviour, depression, eating disorders, etc., and informed about their causes, warning signs, treatment options and available community resources in Prescott-Russell.
As you are aware CMHA / Champlain East relies on the financial contributions of all of us to support its mental health promotion education initiatives as this program does not receive any funding from the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care or other ministries.
As a result of the educational sessions with students, in this past year, CMHA / Champlain East was able to identify and intervene with 25 students who were either suicidal or had mental health concerns that needed to be addressed. Without your financial support, these students would have not been linked to someone who could assist them with their difficulties. CMHA’s interventions and mental health promotion initiatives do save lives.
The Subway restaurants owned by Pascal, Jacques and Christian Brunet are pleased to organize their 11th annual golf tournament which will take place on Friday, July 4, 2014, at the Nation Golf Course (Curran).
We invite you to take the time to review the attached pamphlet and to send us your response via regular mail, e-mail, or fax. As this event has filled quickly in the past, we recommend an early response to guarantee your registration. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to communicate with Gisele Brunet at 613 824-7688 or 613 799-3081. We look forward to seeing you on the golf course in July.
Pascal, Jacques & Christian Brunet