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What an INCREDIBLE day it was at the Walk so Kids Can Talk presented by BMO. Thank you for joining in on Kids Help Phone’s largest day of community action and to kick off Mental Health Week!
Here’s a message from our Celebrity Ambassador:

We’d love to get to know what you thought of your Walk experience to help us plan for next year. Take the 5-minute Walk survey now.

You have the power to save and change kids’ lives. Walk to support Kids Help Phone so we can help kids feel more empowered to take on life’s challenges, big and small.

Thousands of everyday heroes in communities across Canada will be walking side by side in support of Kids Help Phone on May 1 in the Walk so Kids Can Talk presented by BMO to ensure professional counsellors will always be there to listen when kids reach out.

Walk. Donate. Share your strength.

  • Be a Kids Help Phone Hero. Unite with thousands of Canadians for a fun 5K walk.
  • Let kids know they are not alone. Sign up as an individual or a team of heroes with family, friends or co-workers.
  • Earn hero rewards The more you raise, the more you earn.

Walk so Kids Can Talk.

About Kids Help Phone

Kids Help Phone is a national charity that provides confidential and anonymous counselling to kids between the ages of 5-20 , in English and French.

Every minute of every day, no matter where kids are or how they get in touch with us, the professional counsellors at Kids Help Phone are there to listen when no one else can or will.

We’re free, anonymous, confidential, and just a click or call away.  Learn more.

Name one thing young people can do to reduce stress at work! ... See MoreSee Less

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DefineFancyWho else? <3

1 day ago

Warren McinnisDon't go lol

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Sheila BicknellStep away from the screens for a couple of minutes. Stand, stretch, and take a few deep breaths...

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Joe E. KinsGo to the bathroom and jerk off or ask the hot colleague to come with you and jerk off together

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Pamela KuharskiFocus

11 hours ago

Tracy SimpsonFocus on doing their duties, encourage them to talk with their parents/trusted adult about their shift, don't watch the clock!, keep their self talk upbeat and level...

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Tracy SimpsonBring something they like with them to work. (Music, book, fave snack) and on break enjoy their selected treat

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