A Dollar A Day Impact Report | March 2019
Photo : Rogers Hometown Hockey hosts Ron MacLean and Tara Slone with A Dollar A Day Co-Founder and Dollar-A-Dayer Alan Doyle

It's been a busy month for A Dollar A Day Foundation and below, we will share some of the work we're been doing on behalf of all Dollar-A-Dayers across Canada.

We are extremely grateful for your support. If you have not contributed yet, you can be a part of this movement for improved mental health and addictions care! Please consider becoming a Dollar-A-Dayer - together we can make a difference!

We encourage you to "stay tuned" as we have lots of exciting things to come in the near future! And, if you're ready to join our movement now to help put more money on the front lines of mental health and addictions care, please visit us at www.adollaraday.ca !

All the best,
Brendan, Alan & Andrew
A Dollar A Day for youth mental health: Our day with the MHCC's HEADSTRONG Team

On February 22, co-founder and Dollar-A-Dayer Alan Doyle made a visit to Calgary, Alberta, home to the Mental Health Commission of Canada's (MHCC) HEADSTRONG program. There, Alan met with representatives of the MHCC, including Program Coordinator Fiona Haynes, Romie Christie, Manager of Opening Minds and MHCC President and CEO Louise Bradley, to learn more about their upcoming plans for 2019.

Throughout the day, Alan had an opportunity to meet with student representatives Daisy, Alex and Morgan who have participated in HEADSTRONG and are now speakers and ambassadors for this program. Thank you to everyone for sharing their personal stories and the impact of HEADSTRONG!

During the visit, Alan presented a cheque to Louise Bradley in support of the HEADSTRONG program on behalf of all Dollar-A-Dayers, and we are pleased to announce that we will be supporting them again in the coming year, all made possible by our donors. You can read more in our Press Release.

Alan also joined the team from Rogers Media for an interview with Breakfast Television Calgary, as well as interviews with Jack 96.9, CHFM 95.9 and 660 News radio. It was a great day and we want to thank everyone at Rogers for helping us spread the A Dollar A Day Foundation's message, and raise awareness of the important work the MHCC HEADSTRONG program is doing across Canada.

You can check out our photos and videos from the day on our Facebook page.

To everyone at MHCC Headstrong - thank you for the important work you are doing to support youth mental health across Canada. We are proud to contribute to your program! You can learn more about MHCC HEADSTRONG here.

Please Click photo above for link to Breakfast Television Calgary interview
Music is Medicine: supporting A Dollar A Day

There was no shortage of great entertainment at Holy Heart Theatre in St. John's, NL, on Saturday, March 2, and we were proud to be a part of that exciting event.

Organized by four local physicians, including Dr. Doug Angel, Dr. Don Fitzpatrick, Dr. Paul Jeon and Dollar-A-Dayer Dr. Andrew Furey, the event promoted Music as Medicine and raised funds to support local community organizations, including A Dollar A Day Foundation.

Hosted by CBC's Anthony Germaine, the show featured local entertainers including Michelle Doyle, Mary Barry, The Dogberries, and the Flu Fighters made up of Sandy Morris, Craig Follett and Don Fitzpatrick and Doug Angel. There was event a guest appearance by a "Pile of Doyles" lead by none other than Alan Doyle! A great time was had by all - thank you to everyone who made this event possible!
Rogers Hometown Hockey: sharing our message of improved mental health care in hometowns across Canada

On February 24, the team at Rogers Hometown Hockey welcomed Alan Doyle to their show in Okotoks, AB to talk about his recent visit to MHCC HEADSTRONG in Calgary, AB, and the mission of the A Dollar A Day Foundation.

Thank you to Ron MacLean, Tara Slone and the entire team at Rogers Hometown Hockey for helping the Foundation share our message of improved mental health and addictions care across Canada.

You can check out the interview here:
Letter: A dollar a day for youth mental health

Recently, Louise Bradley, President and CEO of the Mental Health Commission of Canada and our very own Alan Doyle, co-authored a piece in the St. John's newspaper The Telegram.

" Even though we’re both from Newfoundland and Labrador, you might think that’s where the similarities end, since one of us is a musician-songwriter and the other is president and CEO of a pan-Canadian mental health organization. But beyond our hometown roots, we share the belief in the power of stories to offer hope and healing."

We hope you will take a minute to read this article in The Telegram
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