Red Cross Pink Day in Alberta


In 2007, two high school students in Nova Scotia spoke out against bullying. Travis Price and David Sheppard asked their peers to wear pink to school after they heard a male classmate had been bullied for wearing a pink shirt. Their act of kindness sparked a worldwide movement that continues to grow. This year, the Canadian Red Cross celebrates the 10-year anniversary of Pink Day by bringing together schools and communities to wear the Pink Day t-shirt and stand together against bullying.
 

Schools

Find Pink Day resources to hold school-wide initiatives about bullying prevention and creating safe, respectful environments.

Workplaces

Discover ways your workplace can make a difference with youth in the communities you work in.

Get Social!

Tell us what your school or workplace is doing for Pink Day by using the hashtag #besomeoneshero or tweeting us at @RedCrossAB.