5th Annual Monster Trot & Bar-Boo!-Que presented by Economy Glass

par Atlantic Wellness Community Center

  • lundi, 02 octobre 2017 de 11:00 Matin à 3:00 Après-midi (HAA)
  • Moncton Coliseum, Exhibition Hall A 377 Killam Drive, Moncton, NB

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Want to be involved in a fun, family-focused event in support of youth mental health? We proudly invite you to our upcoming 6th annual fundraiser the Monster Trot and Bar-Boo!-Que.


What is it?

A Halloween-themed fundraiser with fang-tastic activities for the entire family! Kids trick-or-treat through Halloween-themed candy stations sponsored by local businesses, individuals, and schools. There will also be music, Bar-Boo!-Que, & prizes.


How will we use the funds raised? 

We provide all of our mental health services for free. We rely wholly on fundraising, donations, and grants to keep our doors open. For every $100 raised, we can provide 2 individual therapy sessions to a youth in need. This early intervention along with treatment helps youth develop and adopt healthy mental health strategies leading to improved achievement, contributions to society, and significant cost savings to the health care, justice, and social service systems.

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Jours pour acheter


Moncton Coliseum, Exhibition Hall A
377 Killam Drive, Moncton, NB

2 octobre 2017
lundi, 2 octobre 2017 11:00 Matin (HAA)


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Moncton , NB

À propos de cet organisme

At the AWCC, we believe that families, schools, communities, and government share the responsibility to ensure that youth have access to resources that promote optimal mental health and well-being. To do our part, we provide access to free and timely mental healthcare to youth and young adults ages 12 to 21 in Southeastern NB. Also, to help parents navigate a confusing and fragmented healthcare system, we coordinate services between invested stakeholders such as family physicians and school guidance counsellors in order to provide better, seamless care. Since the AWCC opened in 2012, we have treated over 1000 youth and we continue to receive an average of ten new referrals per week.