Mitch Marner's Chairity Doing Something Amazing

Published August 6, 2022 at 2:32 PM

The Toronto Maple Leafs forward Mitch Marner will be returning to London Ontario. Marner played his junior hockey in London as a member of the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League.

Marner lead the London knights to the 2016 Master Card Memorial Cup as captain of team. Marner will now return to London in September with his charity to help raise money for mental health at East Park.

According to a press release, on Sept. 15, 2022, Toronto Maple Leaf's player Mitch Marner and some of his celebrity friends will engage in a game of mini-putt at London's East Park for the Marner Assist Foundation's latest charitable program, «Sink the Stigma».

"Whether participants want to grab a putter and compete or just enjoy the fun, the event boasts excitement for everyone. Sponsors and participants will get to enjoy friendly competition, food, live entertainment and bid on auction items, all while raising money «to end the stigma of mental health."

"According to the release, the Marner Assist Foundation has selected First Episode Mood & Anxiety Program (FEMAP) as their charitable partner and the beneficiary of the event."

«FEMAP is the first program in Canada with a unique model aimed at reversing the 'first episodes' of mental illness for youth aged 16-25,» the release says.

«Everyone wins when we unite to ‘Sink the Stigma' of mental health.» 
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