Support Youth Mental Health in North Grenville with your ticket to win an 8x8 “Healing Shed”. All proceeds from the ticket sales will be split to support the Wellness Access for Youth program (WAY) at Kemptville District Hospital and Minwaashin Lodge, an Indigenous Women’s Support Centre in Ottawa.
Tickets are $20 each and only 2000 tickets will be sold.
Get your ticket today at the following locations: Kemptville District Hospital Foundation office, MotorTrendz, Love Your Pet, Kemptville; Merrickville Food Market; Manoll’s Fish and Chips, Brockville; Greenhams General Store, North Augusta; All State Insurance, Brockville or Minwaashin Lodge, Ottawa. The lucky ticket will be drawn September 30, 2023.
The Healing Shed, made in Oxford Station, was donated by Brian and Christine Dillon, owners of Timely Touchups.
The murals inside the Healing Shed were painted by Ottawa-based Indigenous artist, Aurora Jade.
Project organizer Craig McCormick has been involved with many projects in the past which support youth mental health, including WAY. WAY is supported by the Kemptville District Hospital Foundation. It offers one easy phone number for youth in North Grenville to call for help with their mental health: 1-866-741-1929.
The Healing Shed is presently located outside Motor Trendz on County Road 43, Kemptville. Drop by to see it and buy your “Healing Shed” ticket before September 30.