Registration for this event costs a donation of $25/$50 per participant.
This includes the whole 24hours, You can come and go throughout!
$25 - Includes a Great Stair Climb T-shirt
$50 - Includes a donation Tax Receipt
** Water and some snacks will be provided during the event! **
Challenge yourself to climb with us for 24 hours OR set a personal goal for yourself!
(Example: A goal of sets or steps climbed)
WHETHER YOUR GOAL IS 5 STEPS OR 5000…EVERY STEP COUNTS!
*If you plan on fundraising for this event, there will be a GRAND PRIZE for the highest amount of donations collected!
Click the link below to download and print the 2019 Stair Climb participation Waiver. Please sign and bring it with you to the event to complete your Registration!
If you would like to take your participation a STEP further, Join us in raising funds for this event! Download the pledge sheet below to keep tack of donations
TO COLLECT DONATIONS ONLINE: you can ask people to donate online by clicking the “Donate” button on the top of our website. When the form asks “Where do you want to show support?” Have the individual select “4th Annual Stair Climb” and include your name in the box titled “Enter the name of the individual you would like to support”
Mental Rescue Society is proud to announce their 4th annual Great Stair Climb Event. Presented by Global, this event will surely top the last! Participants will challenge themselves mentally and physically by climbing stairs in support of Mental Health. Some will climb for as long as they can, while others may go the distance and complete the full 24 hours. The event is to support Momentum, a walk-in counselling clinic which provides a pay-what-you can fee structure. It's a valuable service that needs our support, and we hope you can join us!
Lets take this challenge "ONE STEP AT A TIME," much like how those living with mental illness cope "ONE DAY AT A TIME."
This event was created to help build a community of people that supports, encourages, and motivates those dealing with mental and physical struggles. We are all touched by someone in our lives that has gone down or is going down the road of darkness. These stairs represent the pain, loneliness, fear, that embodies these mental illnesses. We want to show that with proper treatments, preparations and supports, no stair is too tough to climb. Together we can make a difference in someones life!