Helping change a culture around bullying takes an entire community. Use the tools and ideas below to join the millions of others online who believe in creating safe and respectful communities.
KEY PINK DAY MESSAGING
- Changing the culture around bullying is a year-round effort.
- Joining us on February 22, 2017, means you are providing a voice for someone who is vulnerable! #BeSomeonesHero
- Get the facts about bullying, share them with others and help build healthy communities that do not tolerate bullying behaviour.
- When you get your official Red Cross Pink Day gear, you are making sure that one more student will receive bullying prevention education.
HELPFUL HASHTAGS: #PinkDay #ImagineNoBullying #CultureChange #BeSomeonesHero
CONNECT WITH US ONLINE
On Twitter @RedCrossSK
On Facebook: CanadianRedCross
IDEAS TO HELP YOU JOIN THE CONVERSATION:
- Share facts and tips about bullying prevention from evidence-based sources like PrevNet, Red Cross and Kids Help Phone to help educate others.
- Share how you #ImagineNoBullying.
- Share stories and videos that you find online about heroes stopping bullying.
- Share facts and tips about bullying prevention with your friends and family.
- Create a board about ways to stop bullying.
- Create a board of inspirational stories of people stopping bullying.
- Create a board of positive ways to deal with bullying.
- Create a short video about positive ways to stop bullying. Remember to use the hashtags when you share, #PinkDay #ImagineNoBullying
- Get creative. Take a photo showing positive ways that you and your friends stop bullying. Show “respect” and “friendship.”
- Show what #ImagineNoBullying looks like/means to you.
- Remember to use the hashtags when you share, #PinkDay #ImagineNoBullying.
- Snapchat your friends pictures of you in your Pink Day shirt to encourage them to wear pink for Pink Day.
- Make a “story” of what you are doing to stop bullying, or a story about Red Cross Pink Day in your school.