Pink Shirt Day is coming up February 23, a day where people wear pink to show a stand against bullying, and the Canadian Mental Health Association Kenora Branch is raising awareness.
They are selling shirts and toques with the saying 'be kind' along with the CMHA logo.
"We really want to promote the message of 'be kind'. With the pandemic and people experiencing all kinds of negative emotions, we have to remember to be kind to each other, support each other and not tolerate any kind of behaviour like harassment and bullying," says Jenna Camire Fundraising and Prevention Coordinator for CMHA Kenora.
Shirts are available in adult and youth sizing. Adult shirts are $20, youth shirts are $15, and toques are $15. All proceeds go to CMHA Kenora to support the continuation of mental health services and prevention and awareness initiatives within the district. Click HERE to purchase yours!
For additional purchasing options, or if you have any questions, contact Jenna Camire, Fundraising and Prevention Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or 807-468-1838 Ext. 250
Jenna joined Wednesday's Q Morning Show to tell us more. Listen below!