Sunday, May 5, 2019

Reaching out for help takes courage. Together, we’ll be there for young people when they do.

Match their courage. Walk so kids can talk.

Register. Fundraise. Donate.

On Sunday, May 5, walk to support Kids Help Phone so we can help youth feel more empowered to take on life’s challenges, big and small.

Young people can talk to us about any concerns they have; sometimes, we are the first or only place they can turn to for help. Walk to ensure young people get the help they need 24/7.

    • Unite with thousands of Canadians for a fun 5K walk
    • Sign up as an individual or a team with family, friends or co-workers
    • Earn rewards. The more you raise, the more you earn

Double Your Impact

Astro and Black Diamond CHEESTRINGS are excited to kick off this year’s fundraising by matching the first $40,000 raised online by Walk participants! The impact of fundraising and donations will be doubled, allowing Kids Help Phone to always be open for young people in need.

About Kids Help Phone

2019 marks Kids Help Phone’s 30th Anniversary — serving generations of young people on the issues that mattered to them. As a charity, we rely on donations and funds raised from the Walk so Kids Can Talk presented by BMO to help us continue to be there for youth for the next 30 years, wherever, however and whenever they need us the most.

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

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Inspired by the legacy left by The Tragically Hip frontman Gord Downie, NHLPA member Travis Hamonic and his wife founded The Northern Project.

The Northern Project provides Indigenous young people with better access to sport and education.

Read more: bit.ly/2CggRZj
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Inspired by the legacy left by The Tragically Hip frontman Gord Downie, NHLPA member Travis Hamonic and his wife founded The Northern Project. 

The Northern Project provides Indigenous young people with better access to sport and education.

Read more: bit.ly/2CggRZj

23 hours ago

Kids Help Phone

Calling all young people!

Resources Around Me allows you to search for resources in your community like mental health support, sexual health support, housing support, legal support, job help, and more.

For more information, please visit: bit.ly/2q6qrsw
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Calling all young people!

Resources Around Me allows you to search for resources in your community like mental health support, sexual health support, housing support, legal support, job help, and more. 

For more information, please visit: bit.ly/2q6qrsw

1 day ago

Kids Help Phone

Are you trying to help a friend with panic and anxiety? You can make a difference by being there for them.

It’s not your job to make your friend better, but you can help by being there for them.

Check a few helpful tips to say and do during a panic/anxiety attack: bit.ly/2OwZ4Be
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Are you trying to help a friend with panic and anxiety? You can make a difference by being there for them. 

It’s not your job to make your friend better, but you can help by being there for them.

Check a few helpful tips to say and do during a panic/anxiety attack: http://bit.ly/2OwZ4Be

2 days ago

Kids Help Phone

Having trouble figuring out where to access support?

Good2Talk provides post-secondary students in Ontario with counselling, information and referrals to on and off-campus resources.

For more information, visit: t.co/qMUHyjdbHF
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Having trouble figuring out where to access support? 

Good2Talk provides post-secondary students in Ontario with counselling, information and referrals to on and off-campus resources. 

For more information, visit: https://t.co/qMUHyjdbHF

2 days ago

Kids Help Phone

Everyone deals with grief differently.

Remember you are not alone. Try not to shut out the people who care about you, even if they don’t understand. Spend time with others who are experiencing the loss.

Trying using these healing rituals to help you grieve a death: bit.ly/2KSEJpz
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Everyone deals with grief differently. 

Remember you are not alone. Try not to shut out the people who care about you, even if they don’t understand. Spend time with others who are experiencing the loss.

Trying using these healing rituals to help you grieve a death: http://bit.ly/2KSEJpz
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