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Taking IT Global

Healthy Communities, Reconciliation, Youth and Education The McConnell Reconciliation Initiative, WellAhead
$575,431 2017 - 2020 Funds will be used to help Taking IT Global expand their Connected North program into more schools in the Yukon and Northwest Territories.
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Revivre

Healthy Communities, Youth and Education
$300,000 2017 - 2019 Revivre will use funds to scale its mental health self-management program J’Avance across Canada.
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School Mental Health ASSIST

Healthy Communities, Youth and Education
$300,000 2016 - 2018 A grant to School Mental Health ASSIST will be used to share lessons from its evidence-based implementation science model across Canada and to build teach capacity in Ontario schools to promote mental health in their everyday practices.
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People for Education

Healthy Communities, Youth and Education
$300,000 2016 - 2018 People for Education will use a grant from the Foundation to partner with WellAhead and support the development of Measuring What Matters - an initiative that has identified five domains of student and school success: creativity, citizenship, social-emotional skills, physical and mental health, and quality learning environments.
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Six British Columbia School Districts

Healthy Communities, Youth and Education
$370,000 2015 - 2016 A grant was given to the six British Columbia school districts that participated in WellAhead's social lab process.
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The Jack Project

Healthy Communities, Youth and Education
$385,000 2013 - 2015 To support the design, implementation and evaluation of an online platform to connect, engage and empower youth-led mental health groups across the country.
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Kids Help Phone

Healthy Communities, Youth and Education
$873,000 2013 - 2016 A grant to help Kids Help Phone expand their Live Chat program, allowing them to reach more children and youth in need of support.