It is my pleasure to be the first to share with you our new T-shirt design for Pink Shirt Day, coming up later this month.
The design I’m wearing was inspired by traditional Mi’kmaw art. The stylized patterns connect like a hug to form the universal symbol for love – the heart. The eight-sided star points to life, light and bright days ahead.
I invite you all to participate in this annual event and consider what you can do to bring more kindness and compassion into the world, not just on Pink Shirt Day, but every day.
Pink Shirt Day happens annually on the last Wednesday in February, this year on February 22. It began in 2007 when a student in Nova Scotia was bullied for wearing a pink shirt to school. It has since been recognized annually worldwide as a day to stand against bullying.
Get Your Own Pink Shirt
A limited supply of this T-shirt will be available for sale at our Corner Brook office starting on February 2. The shirts cost $12 each with all proceeds from the sale to be donated to the Janeway Children’s Hospital.
For individuals outside the Corner Brook area, please call 634-0996 to place your order and arrange email money transfer. T-shirts will then be delivered to one of our participating satellite offices at St. George’s, Grand Falls-Windsor, and Gander. This option is available from February 2nd-10th only.