Canadian Mental Health Association Queens Lunenburg County Walk, Run, Ride Don't Hide Event


  • dimanche, 23 juin 2019 de 2:00 Après-midi à 5:00 Après-midi (HAA)
  • Bridgewater Shipyards Landing King St , Bridgewater, NS B4V1A2

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Everyone deserves to feel well, whatever their mental health experience. In order to thrive, we all need a good sense of self, and we all need purpose, contribution, hope, resilience and belonging.

When we hide from each other and from how we’re feeling, we don’t get the support or help we deserve or need.

Walk, Run, Ride Don’t Hide gives thousands of people across Canada the opportunity to connect—to their own mental health, to each other and to their broader communities, while raising critical funds that support CMHA mental health programs and services in their own communities.

Walk, Run, Ride Don’t Hide events are welcoming community events that build awareness, inclusion and acceptance, and where everyone is encouraged and supported to speak openly about their own mental health.

To achieve our vision of ‘Mental Health for All’, all funds raised will go into providing nonclinical community and resilience based mental health and addiction supports, services and programs to aid in keeping ‘healthy Nova Scotians healthy’ through providing recovery maintenance supports for those living with mental ill health and addictions related issues.


Our annual Walk, Run, Ride Don't Hide event will take place on Sunday June 23, 2019 at 2:00pm at Shipyards Landing in Bridgewater. This event will raise funds for programs and services to support those living with mental ill health to help them develop the personal tools to lead meaningful and productive lives.

The Queens Lunenburg County community event accommodates all walkers, runners and bikers of various ages and abilities with different route lengths to choose from:

1) 3 KM – This route is intended for families with small children 

2) 5 KM - This route is great for families and individuals 

3) 10 KM - is for more experienced runners and bikers

4) 25 KM - is for more experienced runners and bikers 

It was such an amazing day of support, community, and fun! our 2018 goal was to raise $30,000, which we didn't quite reach, but we still have hope that we can reach it in 2019, and we can’t do it without you! 

Feeling the competitive spirit? We would love to have you register a team. It’s easy to form a team! Set your fundraising goal and ask your friends, family, and coworkers to join you.Typically each team member strives towards raising $1,000, however, we are open to your recommendation and advice on setting an achievable fundraising goal.

Visit our fundraising page to fundraise on your own or as a team! 

Join us on Sunday June 23, 2019 at Shipyards Landing in Bridgewater at 2pm to take part in the movement. Walk, Run, Ride Don't Hide and help bring mental health out into the open.  

Participants Tout afficher (2)

Carlye Higgins

Samuel Braemer

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Bridgewater Shipyards Landing
King St , Bridgewater, NS B4V1A2

23 juin 2019
dimanche, 23 juin 2019 2:00 Après-midi (HAA)


If you are interested in volunteering your time to help with this event, contact Debbie Purvis Marketing Communications and Sponsorship Lead with CMHA NS Division


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Canadian Mental Health Association Nova Scotia Division
45 Alderney Drive Suite 200
Dartmouth , NS

À propos de cet organisme

Canadian Mental Health Associations in Nova Scotia are the oldest community-based mental health and addictions charitable organizations in the province, founded in 1908. The CMHA NS Division provides provincial leadership for mental health in Nova Scotia, with the support of 7 CMHA Branches. The CMHA NS Division office is located in Dartmouth NS and the 7 Branches are situated in communities throughout the province. The CMHA Branches support non-clinical community based mental health and addictions supports, services and programs in Annapolis-Digby County, Yarmouth-South West Nova, Lunenburg-Queens