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Join Flora's Walk and Help Improve Perinatal Mental Health Care Across Canada

Interested in leading a Flora’s Walk in your community? It’s never too early to start planning! We recommend signing up by February in order to start planning your walk. You will get lots of help along the way! Sign up at www.FlorasWalk.ca

During the first week of May, World Maternal Mental Health Week, Flora’s Walks take place in various communities and cities across Canada. 

Sign up as an individual or create/join a team.

View our Frequently Asked Questions and the recording of our first 2024 planning meeting here: https://youtu.be/jp2YaFVTeqg?si=N2Qq3V70hicWvACc

The CPMHC’s Flora’s Walk for Perinatal Mental Health is the largest Canadian fundraiser for perinatal mental health programs and services.


75% of the money you raise will go towards supporting your perinatal mental health program or that of an organization’s perinatal mental health program of your choosing. Once you sign up and create a team, you will receive a link to the Application Form for your organization. 

If you do not receive this email, please fill out the Application Form here:

APPLICATION FORM FOR ORGANIZATIONS PARTICIPATING IN FLORA’S WALK 2024

The remaining 25% will go towards supporting CPMHC’s advocacy efforts across Canada.

Fundraising for Flora’s Walk begins in October and culminates the first week of May, World Maternal Mental Health Week. During this week, individuals and teams walk in their communities and hold events to raise public awareness of the need for timely access to perinatal mental health.

World Maternal Mental Health Day is always held the first Wednesday of May and will take place on May 1st, 2024.

This will be the CPMHC’s 3rd annual Flora’s Walk.

In 2023, over $120,000 was raised during Flora’s Walk. Walks and events were held in 40 cities across Canada, doubling the number of events during the 1st annual walk. Read more here: https://cpmhc.ca/blog/summary-of-floras-walk-2023/

In Ottawa, Minister of Mental Health and Addictions, Carolyn Bennett announced funding to start work on Canada’s first ever National Guidelines for Perinatal Mental Health. CPMHC is thrilled to be Principal Advisors for this work. Read more here: https://cpmhc.ca/blog/we-did-it-government-announces-funding-for-first-ever-national-perinatal-mental-health-guidelines/

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