Pink Shirt Day
Every year on the last Wednesday of February, pink shirts are worn as part of a movement “to create a more kind, inclusive world, by raising awareness and funds for anti-bullying initiatives.”
Last year, we shared a story explaining how Pink Shirt Day originated. This year, we are focusing on how you can support anti-bullying and build healthy relationships. Although you may already be familiar with the topic of anti-bullying, there are always opportunities to learn something new that could help you or someone else in the future!
Feel free to share these resources with your friends and family today, so that we can all create a more kind, inclusive world together.
- Background and history - Pink Shirt Day
- Bullying - HealthLink BC
- Bullying Ends Here - Resource list - Bullying Ends Here
- Erase: Building safe and caring school communities - Government of BC
- Fraser Lake Crisis line: 250-699-6315
- Kids Help Phone: 1-800-668-6868
- Northern BC Crisis line (24 hour): 1-888-562-1214
- Prince George Crisis line (24 hour): 250-563-1214
- Youth Against Violence line: 1-800-680-4264
- Youth line (4 pm to 11 pm): 250-564-8336