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Our Walk/Run

AndrewDunn.org’s signature event is the Andrew Dunn Walk/Run, held each year on the Saturday of the Mother’s Day weekend in May, in Oakbank, Manitoba.

13th Annual Andrew Dunn Walk/Run
The 13th Annual Andrew Dunn Walk/Run will be held on Saturday May 11, 2019. Mark your calendar. Plan to join us, volunteer, or sponsor our event. Sponsorship and registration information coming soon.

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2018 and Previous Walk/Runs
Our 2017 media coverage, thank you to sponsors, congratulations to our top fundraisers, race results and photos, as well as race results and photos from previous events are posted on our Media page.


Other Mental Health Events
In addition to our signature annual event, AndrewDunn.org supports mental health education initiatives and events. We sponsor the Putting a Face to Suicide Conference in partnership with the Health Sciences Centre. 


An emotionally difficult but beautiful poem submitted to us by a lovely, courageous young lady who has requested to remain anonymous
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What do I remember about that day
I remember my Mom telling me
What had happened all those years ago
The memories from when I was three
What do I remember about that day
I remember the feeling of putting two and two together
How every weird memory made sense
How there was that void
What do I remember about that day
Thinking why does this have to happen
What was it that triggered it
Why did it have to happen now
It was good and gone for so long
What do I remember about my birthday
It's more like why didn't he remember
What do I remember about that night
Scared and shaking and tears
Trying to put on a brave face
What do I remember about that night
Why, why, why did that happen
Why here, why now, why not then
Why do I still not know why
What do I remember about that night
I remember that it won't be normal again



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