Right now, the mental health of our youth is being challenged like never before. It’s on all of us to make sure that our youth get the education, support and services that they need. Jack.org is at the forefront of that effort, ensuring that youth across the country have the resources, education, and platform they need to adapt to the challenges of this unique time.
Over the past several years, DNV Firefighters Charitable Society and Jack.org have worked as partners to bring the youth mental health revolution to British Columbia’s Lower Mainland and the Sea to Sky Corridor. The DNV Firefighters Charitable Society's community mental health talk and Barn Burner event has been a smashing success for four years running, bringing in tens of thousands of dollars for Jack.org’s essential youth mental health programs and building awareness about the importance of youth mental health to communities throughout the region.
This year, DNV Fire Charity is taking on a new challenge. They’re matching public donations up to $20,000.00, with the goal of raising $40,000.00 for Jack.org’s programs. Their efforts will help ensure that youth from the Lower Mainland and the Sea to Sky Corridor have the support and resources they need at this pivotal time for young people.
This initiative is being held in loving memory of Diane and Brian Harwood