YouthLink is proud to participate and support the #PinkShirtPromise campaign running from Feb. 9 – 24th, 2016.
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.
This morning, YouthLink’s Executive Director, Tara Robinson spoke at the Shaw #pinkshirtpromise event at the CrossIron Mills mall, unveiling their new “pink” wall. YouthLink was proud to bring along nearly 200 pink post-it promise notes to help get the wall started. Bo Levi Mitchell was on hand to help us put those up on the wall.