We Are Currently 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 CAMH Urgent Drop-in Clinic.

ALL donations are eligible for a tax deductible receipt.

CAMH – Urgent Drop In Clinic

CAMH is Canada’s largest mental health and addiction teaching hospital, it is also one of the world’s leading research centres for addiction and mental health.

The new urgent drop in clinic will transform the experience of seeking care after a crisis.

This clinic will lessen repeat emergency care visits by ensuring
continuity of care and availability to anyone regardless of age,
gender or diagnosis.

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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Climbing Aconcagua in Argentina

After the Air Canada fiasco, and those of you that follow me on Instagram know about the ordeal and the inconvenience caused by Air Canada when they only decided to turn around a flight after 3 and a half hours into the flight, all the way back to Toronto – when we were already over the Bahamas. REALLY?!? Getting myself to Penitentes , Argentina, after more than 24 hours delay was not easy, especially when you have a 10 hour flight

Reaching the Summit of Vinson Massif and back

It’s Wednesday morning – Summit day – and the sun is out! I have gotten used to it being daylight 24 hours a day, but somehow the sun shining over high camp is particularly special.

From Base Camp to High Camp

After dinner at Union Glacier, there was talk about the possibility to have us flown to base camp that evening, there was even a person from ALE walking around with a flight scheduled. But the weather did not co-operate, and we spent the night at Union Glacier.

Arriving in Antarctica

Climbing Mount Vinson and going to Antarctica was nerve wracking. I felt there was a lot riding on the success of the expedition, and not just monetarily – the degree of coldness added a whole new level of potential challenges as well as danger.

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