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Are you or your school championing positive mental health among students and school staff?

Share2Care is a mental health activation initiative gathering promising practices from across the country to share and inspire others to take action in their class and/or school community.

If you, your school, and/or school board is leading a mental health initiative that is showing to be making a positive impact on the mental health of students and/or school staff, we want to hear from you.

Submit your program or initiative using the application form provided below to have a chance of receiving $5,000 to further advance your mental health initiatives.

Deadline to enter is October 17, 2019

Identified initiatives will be posted on the Teach Resiliency website to share with others and build ideas as to how we can all better support the mental health of our students and teachers. Check out a few of last year’s Share2Care promising practices submissions.

Before submitting, please review the application criteria and eligibility. Should you have any questions, please contact or by phone at 613-523-1348 x 2341.


Share2Care Submission

Select the role that best identifies your involvement in the initiative.
Is the initiative a school or school board initiative?
Target Audience (select all that apply)
Which audience is the initiative aimed to support?
Brief background and description of the school / school board (e.g. environment,  community, school population (size and members), grade levels, etc.) Maximum 100 words.
What is the proposed initiative? Who is involved? How is it currently or expected to be implemented/administered? Other information pertinent to the delivery of the initiative.  Maximum 500 words.
Describe the rationale for the initiative or the mental health related issue the initiative is working/will work to solve. Maximum 100 words.
Describe the action plan and activities of the initiative based on overview and how they were or will be developed. Maximum 100 words.
Describe the outcomes/results/impact that have resulted or will result from the initiative and how they were measured or will be measured. Maximum 100 words.
Describe any key learnings that have resulted from the initiative and any possible advances for the future. If your initiative is a new idea, what do you expect to learn? Maximum 100 words.
Explain how the initiative is sustainable and how it could support/be shared with others. Maximum 100 words.
Explain how the initiative is inclusive and considered exceptionalities and forms of diversity within the target audience. Maximum 100 words.
If the initiative was to receive the Share2Care grant, provide details and general timelines of how the funds would be used to advance your promising mental health practices. Maximum 100 words.
Please provide any other relevant files to support your submission (documents, links to videos, pictures, testimonials, etc).
Please submit a photo of your school or classroom.
One file only.
20 MB limit.
Allowed types: gif jpg png svg.
One file only.
512 MB limit.
Allowed types: txt rtf pdf doc docx odt ppt pptx odp xls xlsx ods jpg png jpeg.
One file only.
512 MB limit.
Allowed types: txt rtf pdf doc docx odt ppt pptx odp xls xlsx ods jpg png jpeg.
One file only.
512 MB limit.
Allowed types: txt rtf pdf doc docx odt ppt pptx odp xls xlsx ods jpg png jpeg.


By submitting your form, you confirm and approve the following:

  • I have read the Share2Care criteria and elgibility.

  • The information I am submitting accurately describes our initiative.

  • The public sharing of the initiative by PHE Canada. 

  • The content wihtin this submission may be used by PHE Canada and Share2Care partners in promotion and reporting of Teach Resiliency, Share2Care, and general mental health support activities. 

  • I agree to provide PHE Canada with details and developments of the initiative and provided funding as requested.