About Our 2023 CMHA Cash Calendar Fundraiser!
For well over 30 years, the CMHA Cash Calendar has helped support our mental health programs here in Saskatchewan.
The Cash Calendar has remained CMHA Sask. Division’s primary fundraising tool for decades and we thank our supporters with all of our hearts for allowing this to be such a successful initiative!
The Calendar is 100% a product of Saskatchewan, from the absolutely stunning artwork, the moving poetry, the design and printing, and even the distribution, you can count on every element of this calendar supporting the people and businesses of Saskatchewan. In fact, even our daily prizes are made possible through the generous donations and support of Saskatchewan businesses. Businesses that we are proud to display as sponsors below! Perhaps most importantly, once purchased, the funds from the Cash Calendar go right back into providing mental health support and advocacy for people all across the province.
We can’t begin to express our gratitude for your generosity in purchasing a Cash Calendar for 2023, we really couldn’t run our programs without you. Thank you.
Important Details For The Cash Calendar…
Every calendar purchased is an entry into the year-long, daily prize draw.
The 2023 Calendar features over $56,000 in Cash Prizes.
- This year, there are 8,000 calendars available for purchase
- The Sweet Heart Draw Returns on February 14th – With a prize amount of $14,000
- Our 50/50 Draw will be on March 15th, 2023, with a prize of up to $37,500 (15,000 tickets available)
- This year features:
247 daily $50 draws 42 weekly $400 Friday draws 6 – $400 cash prize 5 – $800 cash prize 1 Moose Jaw Stay (value – $257) 1 Regina Stay (value – $405) 2 – $100 Co-op Gift Cards
Calendar Lottery Lic. # LR22-0022 | 50/50 Raffle Ticket Lottery Lic. #LR22-0022
Where Do Proceeds From the Cash Calendar Go?
The HOPE Learning Centre is a new approach to providing mental health support, think of this program as a community college that specializes in Mental Health Education, Mental Health Training, and Life skills development. The Hope Learning Centre is a peer-run program, meaning our facilitators are not only knowledgeable in the course material they teach, but they also have lived experience and understand many of the ups and downs of living with different Mental Health challenges.
The Hope Learning Centre runs 4 semesters each year, just like a normal college. We post all of our available courses on our website: www.SKHopeLearningCentre.ca.Most of our classes run in the evenings to better fit people’s busy schedules, though some courses do run during the day. The most important part about this resource… it’s offered 100% FREE. Just sign up for a free website account, and register for as many courses as you like.
If you would like to read more about this new program JUST CLICK HERE.
The Hope Learning Centre also offers regular workshops for important mental health courses like Mental Health First AID (MHFA), Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST), Safe Talk and others. These courses are facilitated by certified trainers and come with a certificate from the official certifying body of the course (Living Works or The Mental Health Commission of Canada).
***These workshops charge a fee as they are not Hope Learning Centre Courses.***
Thank You to All Our Amazing Sponsors!
Our calendar wouldn’t be possible without the generosity of these wonderful businesses and organizations. Thank you all so much for your support. Click the images to check out our sponsors’ websites.