Pickleball for Mental Health Tournament Presented by NorVal

Event Dates:
  • Fri September 15, 2023 All Day
  • Sat September 16, 2023 All Day
  • Sun September 17, 2023 All Day
  • Event Cost: Free Admission / $65.00 Registration for Players
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The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) is hosting a 2nd Pickleball for Mental Health tournament presented by Nor-Val Rentals and Sales on September 15, 16 and 17, 2023.
The tournament, held at Penticton Seniors Drop in Centre outdoor courts, is expected to draw 400+ pickleball enthusiasts from the Okanagan, and all across BC! Men’s doubles, ladies’ doubles and mixed doubles action will be featured with free admission for all. There will also be music, a food truck, raffles, and lots of fun!

“Pickleball for Mental Health tournament is all about having fun and supporting mental health” stated Leah Schulting, Executive Director of the local CMHA branch. The tournament is a celebration and support of mental health for all, while raising funds for much-needed mental health programs and services in our community. Every dollar raised stays in the South Okanagan Similkameen and will go towards:

  • Unity Clubhouse with programs and support for individuals diagnosed with mental illness
  • Education programs such as suicide prevention, mental health first aid, etc.
  • Mental Health Advocacy and one on one professional support

Thank you to our wonderful sponsors:

  • Nor Val Rentals and Nor Val Equipment Sales
  • Penticton Foundry
  • Parkers Chrysler
  • South Okanagan Laser and Skin
  • Pickleball Depot
  • Special thanks to Pat Meyer
  • Stewart Beaumont Investment Group
  • Retirement Concepts
  • City of Penticton
  • Travel Penticton
  • Dan Ashton
  • Spareroomco.com

If you would like to join the fun and sponsor this event contact leah.schulting@cmha.bc.ca

If you would like to register as a player for the tournament, you can register here.

About CMHA

The local branch of CMHA has been in operation since 1991, providing life-saving mental health programs and community education. The branch operates a mental health clubhouse called Unity Clubhouse with over 10,000 client visits per year, a meals program which serves 8,500 meals to vulnerable people in our community.