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Toronto’s Mental Health Talk Show – Express Yourself on World R.O.T. Day!

July 12 @ 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Reach Out Together is a Non-Profit Social Enterprise with a mission to help people maintain positive mental health

On World Reach Out Together Day* this year, we are hosting a one of kind, Toronto’s Mental Health Talk Show to encourage people to showcase their mental health journey in any form, whether it is speaking, singing, poetry. Basically…get creative!

8 participants after qualifying a round of auditions, which will be hosted in April and May, will share their journey to recovery through a sharing on stage.

SIGN UP TODAY: info@reachouttogether.com to participate.

What: Toronto’s Talent Show on *World Reach Out Together Day*
When: July 12, Friday 6:00 – 9:00 PM
Where: TBA

Tickets: Early Bird Online – $19 | RSVP – $29 | At the Door – $40

*SPECIAL GUESTS*

TBA

*PARTNER*

EQ Footprints

*SPONSORED BY*

TBA

*World Reach Out Together Day is a day to reach out to your colleagues, friends, family to raise mental health awareness by encouraging open dialogue and working together towards a stigma-free world.

ENCOURAGE TO EXPRESS TO MAINTAIN GOOD MENTAL HEALTH

For Collaboration, Donations or Sponsorships, please contact Reach Out Together at info@reachouttogether.com.

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Early Bird19.00 CADSave 10$ Buying Your Ticket Before June 25th (+ Fee of $0.86)
RSVP29.00 CADOnline RSVP Available Till July 11th 11:59 PM (+ Fee of $1.26))
Sold OutDoor40.00 CAD
Your eTicket will be emailed after payment to your email address.

Details

Date:
July 12
Time:
5:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Organizer

Reach Out Together
Email:
reachouttogether.info

Venue

Toronto
Toronto, Canada

MENTAL HEALTH IMPACT SERIES


Subscribe to our Youtube channel to WATCH interviews hosted by our founder, Aanchal with interesting and influential professionals sharing their mental health journey to break the stigma and advocate for “RECOVERY IS POSSIBLE”