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Top Seven Ways to Support CKNW’s Pink Shirt Day

Vancouver Giants support Pink Shirt Day

  1. Purchase your official Pink Shirt Day T-Shirt at London Drugs or online at
  2. Share our Pink Shirt Day Public Service Announcement (PSA) on your facebook wall or twitter account View it here or over in the right margin.
  3. Follow us on Facebook ( and Twitter (
  4. Visit our partners who are raising funds for Pink Shirt Day in Vancouver: Take 5 Café are selling pink cupcakes and the Juice Truck are contributing funds from their pink smoothies.
  5. Challenge your friends and co-workers to commit to a bully-free lifestyle and wear pink on Feb 29, 2012.
  6. Upload a picture of you, your school, your work, your friends on Twitter wearing pink on Feb 29th and tag it with #PSD2012 and mention @pinkshirtday – or email to – just like the Vancouver Giants hockey players in the photo above did. Thank-you Neil Manning (asst captain), Wes Vannieuwenhuizen (asst captain) and Brendan Gallagher (captain)!
  7. Share and retweet messages from @pinkshirtday on Twitter and let us know what you’re doing to support Pink Shirt Day on Feb 29, 2012. Example tweet: On Feb 29 I’ll be wearing Pink. Bullying Stops Here! Support @pinkshirtday. #PSD2012

Net proceeds from Pink Shirt Day activities & t-shirt sales benefit the CKNW Orphans’ Fund in support of Boys & Girls Clubs Anti-Bullying programs.

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