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Sounds of Hope

Presented by Centre for Treatment

The Second Annual Sounds of Hope Benefit Concert is presented by The Centre for Treatment of Sexual Abuse and Childhood Trauma (CTSACT). This live event is bringing together Canadian artists in order to spread joy, hope and healing with their music. The Concert features five-time Juno nominee Singer/Songwriter Ammoye, with support from three local artists: Mia Kelly, Rory Taillon and Alanna Sterling.

The two-and-a-half-hour event will include a video montage, testimonials, moving performances and a silent auction to raise funds and support CTSACT's mission of providing accessible mental health services to the Ottawa/Gatineau Community.

CTSACT has been providing mental health services to the community since 1991 and the Sounds of Hope Benefit Concert aims to raise awareness regarding the impacts of mental health.

Silent Auction