In preparation for the upcoming podcast discussion with Kevin Huber from the Canadian Mental Health Association, Regina Branch, the Brainstorm Podcast is starting a teespring campaign to collect some money for a donation. Mental health is an issue that affects a significant portion of the population of Canada and affects not just those afflicted but also family and friends. At 22.50 per shirt we can donate 350 dollars to the CMHA if we sell at least 50 shirts. To kick it off, I (Cory) will buy the first ten and give them away to Brainstorm listeners who share this campaign with friends and family. With a white version of the Brainstorm Logo on the front and the CMHA logo promoting Mental health for all on the back this shirt not only tells people that you're smart enough to listen to this skeptical podcast but also that you care about those suffering from mental illness. We have 17 days to sell enough t-shirts for Teespring to print them off. Kevin is in studio with me on November 22nd to discuss mental health issues along with Chris Real, a local musician who suffers from depression and has quite a story about it, regular panel member Mike, and Heidi Smithson who is educated in psychology. I would love to have a donation for him that day. This campaign ends on November 17.
Edit: If you share the campaign, you need to send me a screenshot of where you shared it at email@example.com. I have 3 shirts left.