Community Pot Grantees




The official tally of Flora’s Walk 2023 was a phenomenal $121,290.89!!! We raised over 37% more funds this year thanks to you and have already started working on creating our promised CPMHC Chapters across Canada. 


25% of the money raised from Flora’s Walk was dedicated towards growing our Community Pot to fund perinatal mental health training and grassroots programming across Canada.


Congratulations to all the inspiring organizations we are thrilled to be helping this year! None of this could have been possible without the passion and dedication of our Walk Leaders and to the thousands who donated and participated in Flora’s Walk this year. Please scroll down for the official list of Community Pot Grantees.



CPMHC Flora’s Walk 2023 Community Pot Grantees:

Successful applicants (in no particular order):

1)  In Regina, SK: Build a Village (non-profit organization)

–  Funding will go towards their in-home visiting program which supports families who have limited community supports and who face financial barriers

2)  In Marathon, ON: Marathon Family Health Team

– Funding will go towards the creation of an Indigenous arts-based perinatal support program in two rural communities

3)  Canada-wide (Alberta-based): The Black Birth Project

– Funding will go towards this community-based research project aimed at addressing current gaps in Canadian research about Black birthing people

4)  In Waterloo, ON: Together: Perinatal Mental Health Inc. (non-profit-organization)

– Funding will help sustain their 2SLGBTQIA+ perinatal mental health support group

5)  In Surrey, BC: South Rock Perinatal Wellness

– Funding will go towards a new initiative creating evidence-based programming focusing on mental health challenges expressed by their perinatal community

6)  In Hamilton, ON: Cherry Tree Counselling

– Funding will go towards the creation of a birth trauma health care provider training program based on an evidence-based midwifery intervention from the UK

7)  Ontario-wide: Oasis Fertility Support Network

– Funding will support families outside of fertility clinics through the fertility care stage and throughout the perinatal period

8)  In Newfoundland: NL Health Sciences – Rural Eastern Zone

– Funding will support their obstetrical nursing staff to receive specialized perinatal mental health training/certification through Postpartum Support International



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