Charities Supported by the Fredericton Tattoo Expo

The $10 entry fee per tattoo for the tattoo contests will be donated to the Kingswood Turnaround Achievement Awards.

Wounded Warriors of Canada will be at the Expo all weekend long selling 50/50. All proceeds from 50/50 ticket sales will go to the Wounded Warriors of Canada.

“The Semicolon Project”.

Drop by BareInk or Sevenfold Ink and get yourself a Semicolon tattoo and help us raise money for the Canadian Mental Health Association of New Brunswick. Sunday afternoon just before we close the doors we will donate what was raised to the CMHANB.

The Kingswood Turnaround Achievement Awards

In 1992, Kingswood attended a conference in the United States where they learned about the Turnaround Achievement Awards Program; a program to recognize students for turning their lives around. In 1994, they initiated their own program in School District 18. They invited District 17 to participate in 1995.

Forever it seems, students have deservingly been awarded for academic, athletic, and artistic achievement. Now we are recognizing students who have struggled to turn their lives around. In the past twenty-three years, students have been honored with an evening to mark their special accomplishments. The program reflects marked improvement in personal behavior, attitude, and academics. It demonstrates that there are students with serious educational and personal challenges who alter their future by changing their attitude.

Over 910 students have been honored in Districts 17 and 18 over the past twenty-three years and $354,000 in scholarship money has been awarded. It is Kingswood and the Turnaround Achievement Award Committee’s commitment to this program that makes it a success.

Kingswood Turnaround Achievement Award

Recognizing Students that have demonstrated effort, commitment and perseverance.


The Canadian Mental Health Association of NB

MISSION As the nation-wide leader and champion for mental health, CMHA facilitates access to the resources people require to maintain and improve mental health and community integration, build resilience, and support recovery from mental illness.

VISION Mentally healthy people in a healthy society.

VALUES The work of CMHA of New Brunswick is guided by the following Values:

Self-Determination We guide individuals’ involvement in decisions that affect their lives.
Social Justice We are committed to removing barriers and discrimination that impact quality of life, and guide equitable access to resources, so that people can fully participate in society.
Integrity We value honesty and ethical behaviour.
Treat Others As You Wish To Be Treated We encourage individuals to be mindful and respectful in the way they interact with themselves, and with others.

CMHANB Canadian Mental Health Assocation of New Brunswick Logo

Mentally healthy people in a healthy society.


Wounded Warriors Canada


To honour and support Canada’s ill and injured Canadian Armed Forces members, Veterans, First Responders and their families.

Wounded Warriors Canada