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LMHF calling young artists to help them thank the donors

Generous donations helped the foundation build a health and wellness centre for youth
Mike Gee spoke about his son Seamus at the Oct 2021 launch of the the fundraising campaign for Foundry Langley, a mental health facility for young people. On Sunday, June 5, the first annual ‘Seamus’ stroll’ to raise funds for Foundry will take place in Campbell Valley Regional Park. (Langley Advance Times Files)

In October 2021, Langley Memorial Hospital Foundation (LMHF) launched a fundraiser campaign to build Langley Foundry, an integrated health and wellness centre for youth.

With the help of generous donors and contributions from the Township, $2.1 million was raised to build the 7,600-square-foot facility on Eastleigh Crescent.

While the foundation has thanked the donors multiple times in past for their help, it’s time to acknowledge their generosity with a special gift, said Terra Scheer, the hospital foundation’s communications coordinator.

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The foundation is calling Langley’s young artists aged 12 to 24 to share their original artwork as part of a contest and help the foundation thank the donors.

The artwork should be within a five by seven inches frame (portrait or landscape) and reflect the theme of health-life balance. One of the lucky winners will take home $50, and the selected piece will be gifted to the top donors (who contributed $10,000 or more) at a private event end of September.

The donors will be hosted at Foundry Langley, located at 20616 Eastleigh Crescent.

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To participate in the contest, interested artists can submit their artwork before Sept. 15 in person at the Foundry Langley facility or by emailing a scanned copy at

“It is wonderful to connect youth with donors in this way. We are really excited about this contest and appreciative of everyone who has allowed us to build Foundry Langley,” Scheer concluded.


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Staff at their desks at Foundry Langley, a new mental health facility for young people, that officially opened Tuesday, July 19. (Dan Langley Advance Times files)
One of several ‘talking rooms’ that provide a calming space for counselling at Foundry Langley, a new mental health facility for young people that officially opened Tuesday, July 19. (Langley Advance Times files)

Tanmay Ahluwalia

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Tanmay Ahluwalia is a journalist with a digital mindset and a proud alumnus of the University of Delhi.
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