Ground Effects supports mental health initiative with $30K donation

July 20th, 2017

Auto accessorizing company Ground Effects gave a $30,000 donation to the Sole Focus Project of the Canadian Mental Health Association on Wednesday.

The Sole Focus Project was launched in February to build awareness for mental health while bringing education and programs forward to support people who are affected by mental illness across the region. The campaign also has a financial goal to raise $500,000 over three years to ensure programs and educational outreach is a continuum for the community.


Jim Scott, president of Ground Effects, left, and Canadian Mental Health Association, Windsor-Essex County Branch CEO Claudia den Boer Grima share a smile after Scott presented a cheque for $30,000 to the Sole Focus Project on Wednesday July 19, 2017. The Sole Focus Project movement and takes a stand for mental health to collectively create a legacy fund to further enhance and distribute mental wellness education, awareness and training in our community. Jason Kryk / Windsor Star

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