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Kerry and Ginny receive Order of BC

Ginny and Kerry Dennehy were awarded the Order of British Columbia along with 14 other exceptional civic leaders who have dedicated their lives to their passion and as a result made a significant different to our province, Canada and the World.

Posted: June 14, 2015 Tags: Breaking News  Publicity    

Ginny Awarded Honorary Doctorate of Law at University of Fraser Valley

Ginny Dennehy awarded Honorary Doctorate of Law at University of Fraser Valley for her years of dedication to improving the landscape of youth mental health in Canada and working to remove the stigma of mental illness. To be chosen as an Honourary Doctorate is the highest honour bestowed on an individual. Ginny is a person who has distinguished herself in terms of service, living the values of the University of Fraser Valley, in hopes of inspiring the graduates as they move forward in their lives.

Posted: June 12, 2015 Tags: Breaking News  Publicity    

Whistler Question

The Whistler Quesion - April 3, 2013 publication features an article on Enough is Enough: bike ride across Canada for mental health

Posted: April 3, 2013 Tags: Publicity    

Goldcorp presenting partner for Enough is Enough Campaign

We're thrilled to have Goldcorp as our presenting partner for our Enough is Enough Campaign which will be launched May 4th. Chuck Jeannes CEO (far right) and Rohan Hazelton (far left) present Kerry and Ginny Dennehy with a $200,000 donation.

Posted: March 31, 2013 Tags: Events  Breaking News  Publicity    

Beedie Giving, presents $15,000 to Kerry Dennehy

Ryan Beedie of Beedie Giving, presents $15,000 to Kerry Dennehy, Director, Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation, for their ENOUGH is ENOUGH, ride across Canada for mental health, commencing May 12th, 2013

Posted: March 26, 2013 Tags: Events  Breaking News  Publicity    

Ginny Dennehy - One of the "Pillars" of BC, Honoured by Premier Clark

In a ceremony held on Thursday, January 31st in Vancouver, Premier Christy Clark presented long time Whistler resident Ginny Dennehy along with 84 British Columbians with the Queen s Diamond Jubilee Medal in recognition of their leadership to BC communities.

"As pillars in our communities we find their leadership inspirational, and this medal is a symbol of our gratitude", said Clark.

The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal is a tangible way for Canada to honour Her Majesty for her service to this country. At the same time, it serves to honour significant contributions and achievements by Canadians.

Posted: January 31, 2013 Tags: Breaking News  Publicity    

Founder Ginny Dennehy nominated for YWCA Women of Distinction

Nominated amongst 79 other women in the Community Building Category, Ginny along with all nominees will gather on May 24th, 2012 at the Westin Bayshore in Vancouver to learn the winner of this year's YWCA Women of Distinction Award.

Congratulations and good luck Ginny!

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Posted: April 13, 2012 Tags: Publicity    

Jim Pattison Hyundai-Northshore present a $3000.00 Cheque to The Kelty Foundation

Jeff Rae, of Jim Pattison Hyundai-Northshore presented a $3000.00 cheque to Foundation's president Ginny Dennehy this week. Employees at the dealership selected the Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation as the recipient of dollar's raised at their 2011 Christmas Banquet. Jeff and Northshore Pattison Hyundai are big supporters of the Foundation, having sponsored our 2011 Ride Fore Life event last September and will again support the 2012 initiative.
Thank you to Jeff and his team at Jim Pattison Hyundai for supporting this very important cause!

Posted: February 25, 2012 Tags: Publicity    

February 8th - Bell Let's Talk

With National spokesperson Clara Hughes continuing the conversation, the Bell Let's Talk team invites the country for a second year to talk about mental illness to help fight the lingering stigma that keeps too many people from seeking the help they need.

On February 8th, 2012, Bell will donate 5 cents to mental health for every text and long distance call made by Bell customers. In 2011, they raised an impressive $3,303,961.80 for the Bell Community Fund which benefits community and grassroots mental health programs across the country, and will again in 2012.

The Bell Let's Talk mental health initiative is a five-year, $50-million charitable program based on four action pillars: anti-stigma, care and access, research, and workplace best practices. With Bell Let's Talk Day as its anti-stigma centrepiece, Bell's initiative is providing significant funding for leading mental health hospitals and grassroots organizations, driving new workplace initiatives across corporate Canada, and supporting research - including a world-first research announcement planned for February.

Mental health is clearly one of the most pervasive yet underfunded health challenge facing Canadians today, So LET'S TALK CANADA!

Posted: February 7, 2012 Tags: Publicity    

The Ride Fore Life - RBC 2011 GranFondo

Founder Ginny Dennehy with Suzanne Anton of Vancouver at the start of race.

Ginny Dennehy along with husband and co-founder, Kerry, joined the thousands in their first GranFondo event.

Posted: September 10, 2011 Tags: Publicity    

The Ride Fore Life - RBC 2011 GranFondo

Whistler local, Greg Diamond, waving to spectators at the end of the race with his daughter, Lilly, by his side.

Greg finished with an impressive time of 4hr 30min in his first GranFondo.

Congratulations and thank you Greg!

Posted: September 10, 2011 Tags: Publicity    

The Ride Fore Life - RBC 2011 GranFondo

Kelty Foundation Director, Sue Danniels along with partner, Marcus Shell all smiles at the end the day. It was hot, it was long, but they would do it again

Thank you!

Posted: September 10, 2011 Tags: Publicity    

Canada Day Parade

The Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation gathered Marchers, The Black Tusk New Caledonian Bag Pipers from Squamish and Furry Friends to walk in Whistler's Canada Day Parade on July 1st, 2011.

Marching through a impressive crowd of people in Whistler Village, The Foundation promoted their next event, Ride Fore Life, and their mission of removing the stigma associated with mental illnesses.

Posted: July 1, 2011 Tags: Events  Publicity    

Canada Day Parade

More photos from the parade - Our bag pipers entertaining the crowd!

Posted: July 1, 2011 Tags: Publicity    

Canada Day Parade

The kids make the difference!

Posted: July 1, 2011 Tags: Publicity