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4th Annual Charity Event Booklet

An 11 page booklet from The Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation's 4th Annual event. The booklet contains a menu for the 3 meals served, a welcome letter, names the foundation directors and member, lists the items for the Silent Auction and Live Auction, and lists the individuals and businesses who donated the items for the auctions. Found in a scrapbook.

Antidepressants warning may have spurred rise in suicides

An article from the Globe and Mail on April 8, 2008 entitled "Antidepressants warning may have spurred rise in suicides." The article mainly discusses antidepressants and teen suicides, but also mentions the Dennehy family and the Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation as leaders in trying to remove the stigma of depression. The article features a photo of Ginny Dennehy. Found in scrapbook.

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.

Building a New Healing Environment for Mental Health

An article about the BC Children's Hospital's Child and Adolescent Mental Health Building set to open by late 2006. The Hospital treats children with mental illness, including depression. One of the donors for this was the Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation in memory of Kelty Dennehy. Found in scrapbook.

CFOW Annual Report 2015-2016

Annual report for the Community Foundation of Whistler for 2017-2018. Includes statistics, strategic planning, grant information, events, community development, finances, Vital Signs information, Citizen of the Year announcements, and sponsors.

Chinese Article 2007 Number 1

A newspaper article in Chinese labeled Sing Tao Daily with an article about The Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation. An image featuring Ginny Dennehy and an Opening Doors to Mental Health accompanies the article. Found in scrapbook.

Chinese Article 2007 Number 2

An article in a Chinese language newspaper labeled Ming Pao from 2007. The article mentions Ginny and Kelty Patrick Dennehy and features a photo of a sign saying "Opening Doors to Mental Health." Found in scrapbook.

Choosing Hope : a mother's story of love, loss, and survival

Accession number WA_2015_023_01

A book by Ginny Dennehy relaying the experiences as she dealt with the suicide of her son Kelty, and death of her daughter Riley eight years later as a result of a heart attack.

The summary on the back cover reads: "Ginny Dennehy's world turned upside down when her son, Kelty, in the grip of depression, committed suicide at the age of seventeen. Just eight years later, her daughter, Riley, died of a heart attack in Thailand. Candid and deeply moving, Ginny's story conveys the message that even in the wake of unspeakable tragedy, there is hope."

Biographical Sketch on back cover: "Ginny Dennehy is devoted to maintaining her children's legacy through the Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation, which works to prevent depression-related suicide in young people, while supporting projects such as the Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre. She lives with her husband, Kerry, in Whistler, British Columbia."

Handwritten dedication on title page recto reads: "To our community of Whistler, may there always be hope, no matter what happens." Signed by Ginny Dennehy.

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