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AMI Rocks! 2019
On October 16th, 2019, 150 guests were treated to an evening of music, food, and drinks at the majestic Corona Theatre. Our thanks to MTL band, Michael Prosserman and crew, and to all our sponsors and supporters!
Food For Thought 2018
AMI’s Food For Thought fundraiser, held on October 18, 2018, combined delicious food, great raffle prizes, and eloquent and heartfelt speeches by chef Kat Kinsman and radio host Lee Haberkorn.
40th Anniversary Gala, 2017
AMI’s 40th Anniversary Gala, held on October 12, 2017, was a huge success. Over 200 guests were treated to great music and a fabulous auction and raffle prizes. Andrew Carter, CJAD’s morning host, was honoured for his advocacy in helping to eliminate the stigma of mental illness.
Four videos reflecting on AMI-Quebec’s 40th Anniversary were shown. Take a look–and don’t miss the photos below.
Why is AMI-Quebec important?
Why is it important to support caregivers?
How did AMI-Quebec help you?
What if AMI-Quebec didn’t exist?
Thank you to all our sponsors!
Open House 2016
Welcome to our new home! Our Open House was held on December 1st, 2016 and was attended by 150 people. Attendees received a tour of the building and enjoyed a warm reception from AMI staff. Nancy Grayson, a longtime AMI friend, said, “I had such a good time last night–admiring your new digs, and seeing lots of old friends! There was such a good spirit in the air that it was a real pleasure to be part of it!” Our thanks to all who came by.
Family Matters with Howie and Alex Mandel, 2016
Our Family Matters event on October 20th, 2016 was a big success! Howie Mandel and his son Alex both entertained and educated the crowd about what it is like to live with mental illness in the family. Moderated by Aaron Rand, and with Bell Let’s Talk as our partner sponsor, we raised $197,000 that will help sustain our programs. Thank you to all for your support!
An opinion: "The more I investigated depression and anxiety, the more I found that, far from being caused by a spontaneously malfunctioning brain, depression and anxiety are mostly being caused by events in our lives." bit.ly/DepressionHari... See MoreSee Less