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Couple raises $500k for new Lions Gate mental health centre + duplicate

A newspaper article from the North Shore Outlook on February 14, 2013 about the work Ginny and Kerry Dennehy have done with the Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation to raise awareness about mental health issues. The article discusses the new Mental Health Resource Centre at the Lions Gate Hospital, Ginny Dennehy's awarding of the Diamond Jubilee Medal, and the Dennehy family's upcoming cross-Canada cycling trip. Found in a scrapbook. 1 duplicate.

Dennehy and Hume honoured as pillars of B.C. with Diamond Jubilee medals

A newspaper article from the Whistler Question entitled "Dennehy and Hume honoured as pillars of B.C. with Diamond Jubilee medals." The article discusses the medal awarded to Ginny Dennehy for her work raising awareness about mental health through the Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation and Rick Hume for his years of work with the sport of downhill skiing. Found in a 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.

The HOpe Centre to Open in 2014

An article from Health Beat in 2013 about the Kelty Patrick Dennehy Mental Health Resource Centre located in the HOpe Centre of the Lions Gate Hospital. The article also talks about Ginny and Kerry Dennehy's efforts to raise awareness about mental health through the Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation. 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.