P4P is designed to always be searching for the positive in life. Focusing on healthy living: eating right, exercising, asking for help when you needed it as well as recognizing and accepting that healthy looks different in different people. P4P was created because of a spark that turned into a full blown passion. It’s our goal to continue this spark and encourage others to pursue their passion. Because when you’re doing what you love, the world seems to become a little bit smaller but the dreams become bigger.

Products, Programs & Services

Short Term

  • Blog: We provide a blog that is written by members of the team. This blog, will include personal hero stories, tips and tools provided by professionals we have had conversations with.

  • Book: I will be taking two photos of each individual. One with tape and one without. The tape one will have four (4)  words that describe you at your worst and then the non tape photo without the words, BECAUSE our mental health struggles do not define us. These photos are taking in a place that represents the individual. I am collecting these images along with stories that explain how something you're passionate about got you through your hardest time. These answer/stories/photos will then be compiled into a book. I will then use this book as a resource to show to others about the impact mental health has on an individual as well as what others can do to help future generations.These answer/stories/photos will also be posted on a website and instagram page. The webpage and back off book will include a detailed list of resources we have in Halifax. It will have the full list as well as names and contact information.

  • Hannah Jackson Fund: Create a scholarship program that will assist people who don’t have insurance with paying for medication and private counselling. Fundraising for this program will start in January 2019. The Hannah Jackson Fund - Getting you one step closer to recovery. (Fund named in honour of our Founder)

Long Term Gaols

  • Health & Wellness Skills Program/Workshops - Program that will encourage young people to start or continue a skill, hobby and passion that is healthy for the body as a whole. These workshops will happen in community rooms and we will bring in professionals who are willing to share some tools and tips with their community. As individuals learn and grow they have the option to find a mentor (or we will help them find someone) who are available for them to check in with as time progresses. This way they stay on track and have someone to go to when they get stuck or want to learn more. Reaching out to rural communities of Nova Scotia and helping connect them with local resources.

  • Implementing healthy living tips and tricks into the younger generation. Providing them with the skills and education needed to know how to make healthy life choices. This way they will be equipped with the right tools, if there’s ever a time in their life when they go through a mental health challenge.

These are the projects that we intend to use to help us achieve our goals.

Pics Of Passion

This project will be a series of images and stories that display how someones passion can help them through the pain. We will be starting this project in early 2019. IF you want like to be apart of it, please let us know.

Our Pain doesn’t define us

Hannah will be taking two phots of each individual. One with tape and one without.
The tape one will have four (4)  words that describe you at your worst and then the non tape photo without the words, BECAUSE our mental health struggles do not define us. 

These photos are taking in a place that represents the individual. 
She is collecting these images along with stories that explain how something you're passionate about got you through your hardest time(s).

Learn more on our Pics vs Passion page.

All of these satires/images will be complied into a book and released in early 2019.



Denying the Dark

In this project we photographed individuals in a way that represented how they felt when they were at their lowest. We then asked them about their stories and took the strongest sentence from the story to attach to the photo.