Pink Shirt Day 2016
Feb 24, 2016
Show your support for Pink Shirt Day and wear something pink to symbolize that we as a society will not tolerate bullying.
Bullying can happen to anyone. We need to do what we can to take a stand.
What is Bullying?
Bullying can take many forms, but it typically involves someone doing or saying things to have power over another person. It happens every day across Canada in schools, malls, on cellphones and on the Internet.
What Can We Do to Stop Bullying?
Take part in Pink Shirt Day and let's learn what we can do to stop bullying in our schools, sports groups and communities together. The goal is to have the first call be the right call when it comes to children, youth and parents who are experiencing bullying and in need of help.
Resources for Children, Youth, Adults and Families
Crisis Lines/Emergency Phone Numbers
- Emergency: 9-1-1
- Help Line for Children: 604-310-1234
- Kids Help Phone: 1-800-668-6868
- Youth Crisis Line: 604-872-3311
- Domestic Violence Helpline: 1-800-563-0808
- Multilingual Help Line: 604-596-4357 or 604-572-4060
- South Fraser Crisis Line: 604-951-8855
- Prideline: 604-684-6869 or 1-800-566-1170
- Youth in BC: 1-866-661-3311
Youth and Violence
- Youth Against Violence Line: 1-800-680-4264
- VictimLink: 1-800-563-0808
- Delta Police Victim Services: 604-940-5019
- Delta Police School Liaison Officers: 604-946-4411
- Multicultural Victim Services (MOSAIC): 604-254-9626