March 1, 2021 to March 31, 2021
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March Mullet Campaign Video by Harvard Media.
The March Mullet Campaign is to help initiate an honest conversation about men’s mental health. The mullet is a symbol for change to break the stigmas that prevents anyone who identifies as male, from seeking mental health support.
While rates of mental illness are comparable between men and women, men are less likely to recognize, talk about, and seek professional treatment. 80% of suicides are male. Isn’t it time we stop men suffering in silence?
Register in the March Mullet Campaign at marchmullet.raisley.com and on March 1st, 2021 cut your hair into a mullet and fundraise for mental health programs. Don’t have the hair (or want to cut your hair)? Purchase a mullet headband for $25 and join the CMHA Wood Buffalo team. Contact email@example.com or 780-742-8030 for purchase.
How to register:
- Register by creating an individual profile or team profile at marchmullet.raisley.com
- On March 1st – cut your hair into a mullet. (Due to this year’s challenges on small businesses, including barber shops and hair salons, we kindly ask you pay for your mullet hair cut out of pocket. As a registered non-profit, please provide the receipt of your mullet haircut to firstname.lastname@example.org, include your mailing address, and CMHA Wood Buffalo will write you a charitable tax receipt).
- Share your mullet to social media with a link to your fundraising profile all month of March. Use hashtags #AskMeAboutMyMullet and tag @CMHAWB so we can share. 🙂
All funds support the Canadian Mental Health Association – Wood Buffalo Region.
Men’s Mental Health Check-In
CMHA is offering an online mental health check in for anyone who identifies as male, every Friday at noon during the month of March. Facilitated by Michael Coutu, Mental Health Armoury.
The goal of the Mental Health Check-In is to create a safe space where those who identify as male can come together and dismantle stigma, discuss resources and improve mental health resiliency.
Fridays: March 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th at 12:00 PM
The March Mullet Campaign is supported by: