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Kelty Resource Centre Pamphlet + Duplicate

A pamphlet for the Kelty Resource Centre located at the BC Children's Hospital. The pamphlet includes the story of Kelty Patrick Dennehy, a description of the mandate of the Kelty Resource Centre, a list of services offered, contact information and a map, and information about how the centre will grow in the future. Found in scrapbook. One duplicate.

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.

Kelty Dennehy Foundation attains two key milestones

A newspaper article from The Question entitled "Kelty Dennehy Foundation attains two key milestones." The article about the Dennehy family and the Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation discusses the donation of $100 000 to the Centre of Excellence in Depression Research at UBC. It also discusses the opening of the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Building at the BC Children's Hospital. The article features a photo of Kerry, Ginny and Riley Dennehy. Found in scrapbook.

Foundation Stays the Course

A newspaper article from The Question entitled "Foundation stays the course." The article about the Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation describes how the foundation is expanding its mission and speaker events to the Lower Mainland, as well as funding research on depression. Found in scrapbook.

Bereaved family holds teen-suicide discussion

A newspaper article from the Vancouver Sun entitled "Bereaved family holds teen-suicide discussion." The article talks about Ginny and Kerry Dennehy and their son Kelty Patrick Dennehy. The Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation has joined forces with the BC Children's Hospital to hold a public discussion on depression. 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.

Author joins fight against teen depression, suicide

A newspaper article from The Question entitled "Author joins fight against teen depression, suicide." The article discusses the connection between the new novel called "When Falcons Fly" by David Square and the fundraising efforts of the Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation. The article also includes information about the 6th Annual Drive Fore Life golf tournament. Found in scrapbook.

The Kelty Mental Health Resource Centres

An article entitled "The Kelty Mental Health Resource Centres." The article is about the two Kelty Mental Health resource centres already established in BC and the Dennehys' hope to establish more across Canada. It also touches on the scholarship founded in memory of Riley Dennehy and Ginny and Kerry's cross-Canada cycling trip to raise awareness about mental health. 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.

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