Today our diversity is becoming more visible than ever as people continue to embrace their cultures, identities, and true selves in more open and direct ways; making the need to Lift Each Other Up and have greater acceptance, respect, and inclusion for everyone so important. This year we are asking you to join us in celebrating our diversity while raising funds to support inclusive anti-bullying programs for kids in our communities.
While bullying affects so many people physically, emotionally and mentally, we know there are many students, parents, schools and community members that want to know what they can do to help. Every contribution, whether it’s joining us in wearing pink on the last Wednesday of February to show you’re taking a stand, or making an effort to practice kindness and acceptance, or even giving a donation or fundraising for programs that make a difference, can change a life.
Take a stand against bullying and be an advocate for kindness and inclusivity by wearing our Pink Shirt Day merchandise. Official Pink Shirt Day merchandise will be available to purchase online until the end of March; we encourage you wear these tees to help spread awareness for our cause not only throughout February, but for the remainder of the year. Net-proceeds from sales go directly to helping children in British Columbia and Western Canada build healthy self-esteem with themselves and their peers.
London Drugs is a proud purveyor of Pink Shirts, while supplies last.