Media Releases - October 6, 2022

Bell Let’s Talk Community Fund announces 2022 grant recipients

The Bell Let’s Talk Community Fund has provided over 1,000 grants to local and grassroots organizations around the country since its launch in 2011. The demand for mental health supports and services has never been greater. We applaud this year’s recipients who are making a difference in their communities each and every day. By providing grants from the Community Fund each year we are continuing to support local organizations caring for people close to home.
Mary Deacon, Chair of Bell Let’s Talk
Legacy of Hope is very grateful for the Bell Let’s Talk Community Fund grant, because now more than ever, Indigenous peoples need the support for the triggers of the impacts of residential schools, and this grant has gone a long way in our efforts to promote the healing and well-being of Indigenous Peoples across Canada at a time where there is a great need for healing.Legacy of Hope is very grateful for the Bell Let’s Talk Community Fund grant, because now more than ever, Indigenous peoples need the support for the triggers of the impacts of residential schools, and this grant has gone a long way in our efforts to promote the healing and well-being of Indigenous Peoples across Canada at a time where there is a great need for healing.
Teresa Edwards, Executive Director & In-House Legal Counsel , Legacy of Hope Foundation