Run for Women

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Run for Women

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Together, We are Unstoppable!

On September 27, 2020, we have the incredible opportunity to make a tremendous difference for women’s mental health.
 
Walk/Run for Women is inviting 28,000 Canadians in 18 cities, including Ottawa, to rally together and move in small groups in their communities (walk, run, saunter) to support their personal mental wellness and local women’s mental health programs. In Ottawa, The Royal is inviting 5000 people to participate and support The Royal’s Women’s Mental Health Program that exists only because of philanthropy and this event.
 
100 per cent of your $40 registration goes directly to the Women’s Mental Health program at The Royal!
 

Get involved:

  1. Create a Team and bring 5+ Family & Friends
  2. Join 2020 Awesome Royals

All teammates will receive:

  1. $100 Shoppers Drug Mart Swag Bag
  2. Together, We are Unstoppable shirt
  3. Together, We are Unstoppable bracelet
  4. An invitation to the biggest women’s mental health party in the country with 28,000 fellow women’s mental health supporters in Canada on September 27 (national broadcast)
  5. Flexibility to complete your 5km or 10km walk, run, shuffle, saunter anywhere, anytime between September 17-27, 2020.

 
Click here to learn more!

 


 

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2019 Shoppers LOVE. YOU. Run for Women captain photo

About the Shirley E. Greenberg Resource Centre for Women at The Royal


The main focus of the Shirley E. Greenberg Resource Centre for Women at The Royal, is to provide information about available treatments and supports to women with mental illness and their family members. In addition, the centre serves as a hub for education, peer & family support groups, & healthy living strategies.

This year, 100 per cent of your $40 registration goes directly to the Women’s Mental Health program at The Royal!

Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2019 SHOPPERS LOVE. YOU. Run for Women in support our women’s mental health at The Royal. In 2019, we had 3,712 participants from across our community including 29 Royal team captains who recruited 379 people!

Not only did you contribute significantly to the event’s fundraising success, you also helped to build community and inspired people to prioritize their mental health along with their physical health.