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Breaking the Silence Fundraiser
Submitted By Jeremy Cook on Tuesday, July 4, 2017
Ian Prong... Breaking the Silence is a non-profit organization created in memory of a remarkable young man with an incredible smile. Ian took his own life on September 22, 2014. Ian was only 18 years old. In Ian’s memory and on behalf of those who are struggling, we are working to raise awareness of depression and mental illness as well as the much needed funds for Suicide Prevention.

You can take part in a fun-filled day at the Rogers Centre cheering on our Blue Jays! Saturday July 29th, 2017. This is a fundraising event, with all proceeds going to the Waterloo Region Suicide Prevention Council. Email us at [email protected]il.com for more information.

 

Unable to attend our Blue Jays event but want to help? We are currently fundraising for the Waterloo Region Suicide Prevention Council and would be very grateful for any small amount you would be able to spare. Thank You!

https://www.canadahelps.org/en/pages/ian-prong-breaking-the-silence/

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