Valle Monte League’s 53rd Christmas Tree Elegance is going VIRTUAL

Valle Monte League’s 53rd Annual Christmas Tree Elegance, Making Spirits Bright, is going virtual!  During this unprecedented time, the need for mental health services is even greater than ever.  Centre for Living with Dying,  Family and Children Services and Hearts & Minds Activity Center are counting on our continued support.  We hope you share in our enthusiasm to support essential agencies that provide and promote better mental health services in the community.

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Christmas Tree Elegance  2020 Corporate Sponsors

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We hope you will consider donating what you may have spent attending a previous Christmas Tree Elegance Event.  We appreciate any amount you can give!

Centre for Living With Dying


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$125 – Can give an individual youth grief counseling for four sessions

$250 – Will provide 2 Critical Incident Responses to a school, agency or institution in the aftermath of a traumatic incident

$500 – Will provide a family of four a 9 week series of Healing Heart Group Support

$1000 – Will provide 2 eight hour education/training for teachers, parents and caregivers on how to support children and youth in grief and crisis in an affirming way.

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Family & Children Services


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$100 – Funds a support group session for survivors of domestic violence

$250 – Funds individual counseling and parent coaching services, so a youth struggling with anxiety can recover and grow

$500 – Helps to provide comprehensive mental health support, including psychiatric care, for a parent
recovering from a mental health crisis

$1,000 – Funds support groups for children who are Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing, providing opportunities to build resilience, interpersonal skills, and confidence

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Hearts & Mind Activity Center


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$100 – Provides mental functioning assessments for 2 clients.

$250 – Provides individual, 1:1 support sessions for 11 clients.

$500 – Provides at least one support group session for 20 caregivers.

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