February is #BlackHistoryMonth. We are proud to celebrate the many important contributions of African, Caribbean, and Black Canadians to the settlement, growth and development of CanadaContinue readingCMHA Celebrates Black History Month
(February 16, 2021) As of Friday February 12th, the Premier of Ontario announced a lifting of the lockdown measures and the return of the colour coded framework within the province of Ontario, which will take effect on Tuesday February 16, 2021 at 1:00 AM, as a result of decreasing COVID cases and hospitalizations within the province […]Continue readingCOVID-19 Service Update: We are open and here to support you!
The Champion of Mental Health Awards are presented by the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Elgin Middlesex Branch and honour both an individual and an organization in the communities of London, Elgin & Middlesex who have made a significant contribution in the following areas: Reducing stigma experienced by people with mental illness Providing support or […]Continue readingChampion of Mental Health Awards 2021 – Nominate Today
On a beautiful Saturday evening in September, London and surrounding-area community members came together in support of My Sisters’ Place (MSP) at the second annual Night of Country in the Country. Close to 200 attendees, decked out in plaid shirts, country boots and hats arrived at the Purple Hill Opry in Thorndale, Ontario. George Fox, […]Continue readingCommunity dusts off their country boots in support of My Sisters’ Place
To date, over $200,000 has been raised in support of My Sisters’ Place, a program of CMHA Middlesex, through the Shoppers LOVE. YOU. Run for Women. In London’s largest Run for Women event yet, over 970 runners and walkers came together at Harris Park in London, Ontario on a beautiful Sunday morning. This was My […]Continue readingShoppers LOVE. YOU. Run for Women in Support of My Sisters’ Place a tremendous success!
Just in time for the cold winter months, women won’t need to navigate mid-day closures London, ON – My Sisters’ Place is increasing its hours – made possible through a gift from a London family (who wish to remain anonymous) who have pledged five years of funding not only to re-open evening hours but also […]Continue readingMy Sisters’ Place Expands Hours of Service Thanks to Generous London Family
On the heels of Shoppers Drug Mart’s recent Growing Women’s Health campaign we spoke to Beth Li, one of the many passionate Associate Owners at the pharmacy chain. Beth’s own story of inspiration started when she moved from Beijing to Toronto to study pharmacy at University of Toronto. She started at Shoppers as a student […]Continue readingCorporate Philanthropy and the Passionate Individuals Behind the Scenes
In an effort to support women’s health organizations across the country, Shoppers Drug Mart and its Associate-owners kicked off the 16th annual SHOPPERS LOVE YOU Growing Women’s Health campaign on September 9. This year, all Shoppers Drug Mart locations in London are accepting donations for My Sisters’ Place from customers and community partners. This campaign […]Continue readingSupport Shoppers Drug Mart’s Growing Women’s Health campaign!
September 5, 2017 to September 16, 2017 @ All Day – 2017 Shady Artists’ Show September 5 – 16, 2017 Opening Reception: Thursday, September 7 4 – 7 pm Four talented outdoor artists from London, ON have come together to display their 2017 works. Pop by The ARTS Project’s gallery to see their collections! Admission is FREE. Check out the Shady Artists’ website for a sneak preview of […]Continue readingShady Artists Grand Opening and Art Exhibit
Sam is a mother and a grandmother. She works as a Harm Reduction Support Worker at Regional HIV/AIDS Connection and is a Peer Mentor in the Butterflies for Change addictions support group at My Sisters’ Place. She went to culinary school. She likes to help people. Sam’s life story life story includes tragedy and loss. Starting with sexual […]Continue readingSam’s Story