Able Translations and Able Transport have a deep sense of community. We are passionate about people and doing our part to improving the lives of others. It is our hope that extending a helping hand will not only make a positive impact in the community but also aid in shaping a progressive and thriving nation. We are excited about hosting this tournament and to partner with CAMH to provide support for mental health which is a key aspect of healthcare that requires our attention.
The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) is Canada’s leading hospital for mental health, providing for more than 30,000 patients each year. They provide urgent, inpatient and outpatient care and specialized services for children, youth, families and seniors. CAMH has Ontario’s only 24/7 emergency department dedicated to psychiatric care. CAMH is also a leading centre for brain science research, focusing on genetics, molecular medicine, brain imaging and new drug development to better treat and prevent mental illness."
The Inaugural Paddle Battle featured fantastic entertainment from both players and attendees. The tournament was filled with smiles and laughing as new ping pong players and those who had played before all came together to support Mental Health. There was great food and great conversations to be had all while the sounds of ping pong balls bounced all around. Take a look at some of this year’s Paddle Battle Photos and check out all the fun that was had!
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Able Translations’ Inaugural Paddle Battle Raises Over $23,000 for Mental Health
Toronto, Ontario, March 8, 2016 – Able Translations, a Canadian translations and interpreting company, and Able Transport, a full-service transportation company, raised over $23,000 on March 3rd with their inaugural Ping Pong Tournament, aptly named Paddle Battle for Mental Health. All of the proceeds from the event were donated to the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) in support of their work with mental health and addiction patients as well as their families across Canada. Read More
This is the moment you have been waiting for! it’s time to sign-up, dust off your paddles and start training for the second instalment of Paddle Battle for Mental Health. Last year we had 18 teams participate and this year our goal is to get 30 or more. Teams are comprised of four members and each team must raise $250 per person for a total of $1000 per team. All of the proceeds raised go to the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health(CAMH).