M4MH Raised $40,000 for Youth Mental Health
December 7, 2021
Windsor, ON: ENWIN knows that children are one of our most vulnerable populations. Many have complex needs that make being a child difficult. That is why ENWIN partnered with Stigma Enigma and Maryvale to bring Meals for Mental Health (M4MH) to Windsor Ontario.
ENWIN, Maryvale and Stigma Enigma are proud to announce that, through M4MH, they were able to raise $43,838 for Maryvale.
“We are delighted to have been part of supporting this wonderful initiative,” commented ENWIN Manager of Corporate Communications, Barbara Peirce Marshall. “Youth mental health is so important, and we are proud that our employees recognized this, and joined in the effort, both online and at our local restaurants.”
From November 6-13, more than 20 local restaurants in the Windsor Essex also supported MFMH, an event sponsored by Stigma Enigma to support Maryvale.
With every food order at a participating restaurant, the patrons had the option of donating $5 to Maryvale. For each $5 donation, the donor received a ballot to win a TV donated by Tim Horton’s.
Many children and families rely on Maryvale for a safe space to learn how to overcome their challenges. Events like M4MH are crucial for the continuation of this critical work.
“We want to give a big thanks to all of the restaurants who participated. They have all been so generous,” noted Maryvale Executive Director Connie Martin.
Participating restaurants included Armando’s (LaSalle), Caboto Club, Eddy’s, Elite Restaurant, Factory House, Fionn MacCool’s, Fourteen, Franco’s, John Maxx (Dougall), John Maxx (Lauzon), KOMA (Kitchen of Michael Anthony), KONA Sushi (LaSalle), Mezzo’s, Ortona 1864 Cafe & Panino Shop, O’Maggio’s Kildare House, Pomegranate, Rock Bottom, Spago (South Windsor & Little Italy), Tabouli by Eddy’s, The Sandbar and Vito’s.