Save The Date: Thursday, May 10, 2018

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19th annual Courage To Come Back Awards Gala raised a record breaking $1.63 Million!

 

A record $1.63 million was raised at the 19th annual Courage To Come Back Awards on May 16 at the Vancouver Convention Centre with over 1,500 people gathered to celebrate the extraordinary stories of triumph over adversity of the six inspiring awards recipients.

Each year, Coast Mental Health hosts this coveted awards gala, an inspirational evening to recognize six truly remarkable British Columbian:

  • Deborah Carter – Vancouver, BC (Addiction)
  • Esther Matsubuchi – North Vancouver, BC (Social Adversity)
  • John Westhaver – Victoria, BC (Physical Rehabilitation)
  • Stephen Scott – Vancouver, BC (Medical)
  • Rachel Fehr – Surrey, BC (Mental Health)
  • Richard Quan – Vancouver, BC (Youth)

Funds raised will go directly to Coast Mental Health to support those living with mental illness. The event was chaired by Lorne R. Segal, O.B.C., D.Litt. (Hon.), President of Kingswood Properties Ltd., and attended by many of British Columbia’s most notable business leaders and philanthropists.

If you would like to make a contribution to this year’s event, please donate here

To read a full a media release, click here

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2017 Recipients

Congratulations to the 2017 Recipients!

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John Westhaver

Physical Rehabilitation

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Rachel Fehr

Mental Health

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Richard Quan

Youth

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Stephen Scott

Medical

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Deborah Carter

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Esther Matsubuchi

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