Due to unforeseen circumstances we are no longer able to accept Pink Shirt orders.
Sorry for the inconvenience.
To order Pink Shirts, please contact Crime Stoppers here.
Now in its tenth year, Pink Shirt Day is an event participated in across the globe and this year it takes place on Wednesday February 22, 2017. The initiative aims to raise awareness about the issue of bullying in schools, communities and workplaces that has become a serious and important social issue across Prince Edward Island. Get your Pink Shirt early and show support for creating a more caring and supportive community.
Our anti-bullying program aims to teach children and youth skills for coping with and ending bullying behaviour. The group based activities will increase confidence and help them to develop positive peer relationships.
Take the Pink Shirt Day Pledge
I pledge today and throughout the year to do my part to:
1) Make our community a welcoming, safe and inclusive place to learn and grow.
2) Support my peers who experience the negative words and/or actions of others.
3) Be a kind and respectful person
4) Use positive actions to make positive change.
Boys & Girls Club staff take the Pink Shirt Day Pledge in 2016
For more information or to get involved please contact:
Resources for Parents/Guardians and Youth:
Bullying & Cyberbullying: What We Need to Know-Nova Scotia Reference Guide for Parents and Guardians
The Bullying Circle
TipSheet: Think Before You Share
Cyberbullying Hurts: Respect for Rights in the Digital Age-Youth Guide
Cyberbullying Hurts: Respect for Rights in the Digital Age-Parents Guide
Thank you to our Partners