We appreciate the many donations our organization receives throughout the year to support our special events. Each year, donations from churches, service clubs, businesses, and individuals make possible our annual Member Christmas Dance and Dinner, our Annual Member Trip, and our Mental Health Week activities, among other special events.

Our organization is a registered charity. Charitable Donation Receipts are issued upon request or automatically for donations of $10 or more. Receipts for cheque or cash donations received in a calendar year will be mailed by the end of February of the following calendar year. Donations made through CanadaHelps.Org will be issued electronically immediately. Our Charitable Registration # is 11883 4233 RR0001.

Donations can be made through or mailed/delivered to:
110 Centre Street
St. Thomas, Ontario
N54 2Z9

Please make Cheque payment to:

Canadian Mental Health Association, Elgin-Middlesex.

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