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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You’ve prepared for your test and know the subject as well as you can. What happens when you sit down to write? Check out these test-taking tips: https://bit.ly/2phqGiN

2 days ago

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For NHLPA member Travis Hamonic, working with his wife, Stephanie, to help make a difference in the lives of Indigenous youth is both deeply personal and immensely rewarding. Read more: bit.ly/2CggRZj ...

For NHLPA member Travis Hamonic, working with his wife, Stephanie, to help make a difference in the lives of Indigenous youth is both deeply personal and immensely rewarding. Read more: https://bit.ly/2CggRZj

3 days ago

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If you think you may identify as LGBTQ2S+, it’s important to remember that whatever you’re thinking and feeling is OK. Many other young people are going through (or have been through) exactly the same thing as you. Learn more about identifying as LGBTQ2S+ and coming out here: bit.ly/2WqVsbn ...

If you think you may identify as LGBTQ2S+, it’s important to remember that whatever you’re thinking and feeling is OK. Many other young people are going through (or have been through) exactly the same thing as you. Learn more about identifying as LGBTQ2S+ and coming out here: https://bit.ly/2WqVsbn

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If you’re stressed about school, work, relationships or anything else that’s going on in your life, you’re not alone. Here are some positive coping strategies young people can use to calm down when they’re feeling stressed: bit.ly/2QEPvBG ...

If you’re stressed about school, work, relationships or anything else that’s going on in your life, you’re not alone. Here are some positive coping strategies young people can use to calm down when they’re feeling stressed: https://bit.ly/2QEPvBG

5 days ago

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“Indigenous people who walk in both worlds — carrying the spirit of both traditional male and female — have strong and powerful gifts, but it comes with its challenges. I’m learning it’s OK to recognize and learn from these challenges through my learned teachings and stories from my Elders who carry the teachings and knowledge of our cultural history and ways we walked.”

Read more from Mohawk singer/songwriter and Kids Help Phone ambassador Shawnee Music on her experiences as a two-spirit person: bit.ly/2Wm6lHp
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“Indigenous people who walk in both worlds — carrying the spirit of both traditional male and female — have strong and powerful gifts, but it comes with its challenges. I’m learning it’s OK to recognize and learn from these challenges through my learned teachings and stories from my Elders who carry the teachings and knowledge of our cultural history and ways we walked.” 

Read more from Mohawk singer/songwriter and Kids Help Phone ambassador Shawnee Music on her experiences as a two-spirit person: https://bit.ly/2Wm6lHp

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So proud of Shawnee.

What new age bullshit is this

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