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Centre for Suicide Prevention | “Ned”

Winning Bid: $2,100.00

3rd Place “Best Design” Winner – the Charity will receive and additional $3,000.

If you like this design too, place your bid on this horse so you can claim it for yourself!

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We named our horse Ned, which is short for “Nothing but EDucation,” which is what we do at the Centre for Suicide Prevention (CSP). The Lego blocks in our design concept are metaphorical for building the mental wellness dream. Our dream is that everyone will be mentally healthy, as maintaining good mental health is vital for the prevention of suicide!

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Auction Rules:
All bidding is in Canadian Dollars. Minimum Bid is $500.00 CAD.
Depending on shipping location, additional shipping charges may apply.
Bidding will close on Friday, September 11th at 11:59pm Mountain Time.
Your bid is made completely anonymous online.

When you place a bid, you are committing to purchase. In order to ensure the stated goals, ultimate success and the integrity of the Horses Jump to Give a Leg Up initiative (the program) for both the potential buyers (bidders) and the individual charities participating, once auction bids for any individual horse reach and surpass $2,500 Spruce Meadows, on behalf of the program, reserves the right to contact the respective bidders to confirm credibility, intention and ability to pay the amount currently bid and leading the auction. This may include credit card confirmation or certified banking arrangements. Successful/winning bids are deemed binding.  We will contact the winning bidder after Friday, September 11th for payment details.

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Product Description

Centre-for-Suicide-PreventionThe main goal of the Centre for Suicide Prevention (CSP) is to educate people with information, knowledge, and skills to respond to people at risk of suicide. They educate through a variety of media: workshops, webinars, online courses, information services, Twitter, knowledge exchange, and traditional library services in order to educate for life.

The experiences that contribute to someone considering suicide are unique for each person; suicide is complex, and there is no one path that leads a person to the decision. For this reason, the Canadian Mental Health Association, Alberta Division established CSP in 1981 to educate Albertans about suicide and how to prevent it.

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