On Wednesday, March 24, Garrett McFadden and McFadden’s Movement, in partnership with the Church Brewing Co. in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, hosted a concert featuring Ryan Roberts in support of the Canadian Mental Health Association, Nova Scotia division. The event successfully raised $1200 for mental health supports in the province.
With support from the Church Brewing Co., the event was held adhering to provincial COVID-19 health policies and with everyone’s safety of the utmost importance.
“A big thanks to everyone at the Church Brewing Co. for allowing us to host this event safely, to Ryan Roberts for some great music, and to everyone who came out to support the Movement,” Garrett McFadden, the founder of MM27, said. “We are grateful to have the opportunity in Nova Scotia to come together, especially for a cause like mental health. It wouldn’t have been such a success without the cooperation and respect of everyone, so we can’t thank all who came out enough for making it possible.”
The Movement is proud to have opportunity to support mental health resources in Nova Scotia.