With your help, the #PinkShirtPromise campaign reached over 110 million people to help end bullying.
Building on the momentum of Pink Shirt Day, Shaw and our partners encourage you to join the movement and post your promise to prevent bullying and spread positivity and kindness.
Pink Shirt Day has its roots in Nova Scotia when two remarkable high school students decided to take action against bullying.
Today, Pink Shirt Day has become a movement for social change where Canadians come together to show their solidarity against bullying.
From Febrary 9-24 promises made using the hashtag #PinkShirtPromise on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram gave you a chance to win an all expense paid trip to Toronto for an ET Canada experience!
To learn more and find out how you can get involved, check out the #PinkShirtPromise partners below:
Improving the well-being of children and youth by providing anonymous and confidential professional counseling and referrals.
Teaching children to be responsible digital citizens through programs at YouthLink's Calgary Police Interpretative Centre
Evidence based strategies and programs to prevent bullying and support positive and safe communities.
Dedicated to enhancing the lives of children with social, physical and mental challenges.
Charitable organizations help enhance and better the lives of people in our community.
Shaw is committed to supporting initiatives for children and youth by providing local organizations financial and in-kind support.