"Life on the Line was one of the most unique, dynamic and creative campaigns CMHA Toronto has ever been involved with. Megan and the Twentytwenty Arts team worked tirelessly to create, organize and launch the campaign to bring awareness to our Holiday Gift Program, which delivers gifts and necessities to those struggling with their mental health who are isolated during the holidays."
- Cory Bartlett
Canadian Mental Health Association Toronto
"As an artist who has struggled with mental health issues her entire life, I am strongly influenced by my own experience, and it clearly shows in my art. I think that creating visual interpretations of my feelings has helped me greatly in the endless process of healing. Working with Twentytwenty Arts has been a great experience because they embraced my story along with my art...[...]...They are the first step to eliminating stigma in our society. Since I’ve worked with Twentytwenty Arts, I’ve found the courage to open up about my story. I feel like I belong."
- Natalie Very B
"Through her passion of art and bringing awareness to mental health, Megan allowed visitors to educate themselves on the topic and showcase local talents throughout Toronto. It was through her determination, organization and passion that Toronto was lucky enough to have an exhibit like Never Real & Always True."
- Erin Lipnicky
Previous Development Officer
Toronto Distress Centres