End Bullying: Buy Your “Kool to be Kind” Pink Shirts

Put on your pink Shirt– raise awareness, support a great cause and put an end to bullying.

If you or someone you know is suffering from a form of bullying, please call Canada Kids Help Phone

The facts are frightening. According to safecanada.ca, 71 percent of youth between 12 and 17 years old have experienced at least one instance of bullying over the past year alone! 42 percent face it monthly. It happens at school, online, and even in the workplace. It has to stop.

It has to stop. That’s why Kool FM is selling our famous “It’s Kool To Be Kind” t-shirts for $25, with proceeds going to to New PathFree Mental Health Services for Children and Youth, their Families and Caregivers Because Mental Health Can’t Wait.

Get yours today by clicking here, and wear it proudly on Pink Shirt Day, Wednesday, February 28th, 2024. Together, let’s put an end to bullying.

(Limited quantities available)

About New Path

New Path Youth & Family Services of Simcoe County (New Path) is an accredited children’s mental health agency providing a range of compassionate, innovative, and accessible services for children, youth, and their families throughout Simcoe County. We are a registered not-for-profit charitable organization with office locations across Simcoe County, including Alliston, Barrie, Bradford, Cookstown, Collingwood, and Orillia.

New Path is also the Lead Agency for children’s mental health in Simcoe County with the goal of enhancing the experience and outcomes of children, youth, and their families, seeking assistance with mental health and wellness.

New Path offers mental health services for children and youth, their families and caregivers in-person, by-phone or online. A range of free mental health services are offered by professional counsellors. Families can access a range of free counselling and therapy services by booking an appointment through the Quick Access Counselling Clinic: www.newpath.ca/book-now  or for those without internet access, by calling New Path at 705-725-7656.

To learn more about New Path, to donate, or get involved please visit www.newpath.ca, follow us on social media Facebook: New Path Youth & Family Services Twitter: @NewPathYFS Instagram: @NewPathYFS or sign up for our TrailSigns Newsletter.