Centre for Suicide Prevention is grateful to be listed as one of the charities benefiting from the Calgary Herald’s 30th annual Christmas Fund.

In this milestone year, the fund encourages readers to donate to any one of the 75 non-profit organizations who have been a part of the fund over the past 30 years. As recipients of over $60,000 in 2018, Centre for Suicide Prevention is honoured to be included once again.

All donations from this year’s drive will go towards our Buddy Up campaign, a men’s suicide prevention initiative created by men for men, encouraging them to ask their buddies, “How are you really doing?” and support them.

To see a full list of organizations to donate to, click here. Or, you can go directly to the Centre for Suicide Prevention donation page.

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