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Enough is Enough

A newspaper article from the Highland Heart Weekly in Antigonish, August 2-8, 2013 entitled "Enough is Enough." The article is about Ginny and Kerry Dennehy's Enough is Enough ride across Canada, which is near completion. The article also discusses the Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation and some of the initiatives it has supported in the past. Found in scrapbook.

Enough is Enough mental health fundraising journey ends in Whistler + duplicate

An article from The Pique on September 5, 2013 entitled "Enough is Enough mental health fundraising journey ends in Whistler." The article is about the final ride of Ginny and Kerry Dennehy's Enough is Enough cycling trip across Canada to raise funds for the Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation and awareness about mental health. It also discusses a million dollar donation to the cause from Andy and Cheryl Szocs. Found in scrapbook. 1 duplicate.

Books

Two books documenting Kerry and Ginny Dennehy's experiences dealing with their son's (Kelty Patrick Dennehy) suicide after years of depression and their daughter's death in Thailand, their resolve to start the Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation to educate and provide mental health resources for young people, and their cross-Canada cycle to raise awareness and money for the cause.

The Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation Newsletter January 2009

A newsletter from the Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation published in January 2009. The newsletter contains short articles about the 7th Annual Drive Fore Life Golf Tournament, Dance Fore Life '09, facts about depression, the donation and story of Ed Styffe, the gift of Bill Skelly to the foundation, the future of the foundation, a recognition of Sue Bjormark, Sandy Epplett and Jacqui Tyler, and the lyrics to "Kelty's Song" by Valerie and Sarah Newth. Found in scrapbook.

Newspaper Articles

Newspaper articles documenting the Dennehy's presence in the media in relation to their advocacy for mental health through The Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation.

Respecting a 'special place'

An editorial article written by Heike Stippler, likely in 2007. She writes that someone has disrespected a memorial bench on the Valley Trail by Green Lake in memory of Kelty Patrick Dennehy from the Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation. A small watering can attached to the bench and meant to water plants with was stolen. Found in scrapbook.

Dennehy Foundation embodies spirit of volunteerism

A newspaper article from The Question about the Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation and their volunteers. The article recognizes the work of the foundation over the years and highlights some of the many volunteers who have given their time for it and made their events successful. Found in scrapbook.

Parents turn grief for son into aid for youths

A newspaper article from the Vancouver Sun from August 28, 2008 entitled "Parents turn grief for son into aid for youths." The article is about how the Dennehy family and The Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation has contributed to causes that fight depression and mental health issues. These causes include the Kelty Resource Centre and the mental health building at the BC Children's Hospital. Found in scrapbook.

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