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When you give to HELPPS Incorporated, a private nonprofit organization, you support our mission: To help people improve their mental health for a strong and thriving society. Since we are not provincial or federally funded, HELPPS relies on volunteers, grant funding and the generosity of individuals to fulfill that mission and break the barriers in mental health care for generations to come.
Here are some ways you can participate.
Board of Directors
Are you passionate about breaking the barriers in mental health care?
We are accepting applications for new members to join our Board of Directors. We are looking for community-minded people with a sincere and passionate interest in growing our organization while supporting Canadians bringing fresh ideas and energy to our organization.
Board Member commitment includes attendance at monthly board meetings and active contributions to committee work as required. We are looking for engaged, dedicated, strategic, business-minded professionals that wish to share their skills for the development and sustainability of HELPPS Inc. Board members are required to participate in at least one committee and be prepared to work on committee projects.
The board is seeking individuals with expertise in the following fields:
To submit an expression of interest in a position on HELPPS Board of Directors, please email firstname.lastname@example.org including your resume and a brief cover letter sharing why you are interested in joining HELPPS, what skills and abilities you feel are most exciting to share and what breaking the barriers in health care means to you.
Share your time and join in!
If you have a dream of something you feel is needed in our community to improve mental health we would welcome to hear your dream and see how we can implement it.
We are looking for volunteers who have at least a couple hours a month to contribute. Here are some ideas of areas that are needed. We are also open to your ideas of ways of breaking the barriers in mental health care.