One week until Bell Let’s Talk Day: Thanks to all our partners!
Montréal, Thursday, January 21, 2021
MONTRÉAL, January 21, 2021 – Bell Let’s Talk Day is just a week away, and we would like to thank the hundreds of organizations in every corner of Canada that are helping make the world’s biggest mental health conversation happen.
“Each of these fantastic organizations is stepping up to highlight mental health and Bell Let’s Talk Day while also taking action to make a difference within their own organizations and communities,” said Mary Deacon, Chair of Bell Let’s Talk. “We thank them all sincerely for their engagement and support – now more than ever as we confront the ongoing mental health impacts of these challenging times.”
The list of organizations supporting Bell Let’s Talk Day includes media creators and distributors, social media platforms, governments, the military, unions, sports teams and athletic organizations, festivals, associations, corporations and competitors.
With COVID-19 restrictions in place, many have found innovative ways to engage virtually – including the more than 200 Canadian universities and colleges taking part in this year’s Bell Let’s Talk Campus Campaign.
Bell Let’s Talk thanks the following organizations for taking action to support and promote Canada’s mental health:
Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television
Association des collèges privés du Québec
Association québécoise de la production médiatique
Atlantic University Sport
Au Contraire Film Festival
Banff World Media Festival
Black Professionals in Tech Network
Canadian Armed Forces
Canadian Association of College & University Student Services
The Canadian Club Montréal
Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association
Canadian Olympic Committee
Canadian Paralympic Committee
Cavendish Beach Music Festival
CBC / Radio-Canada
Centre d’innovation en microélectronique du Québec (CIMEQ)
The Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montréal
Chambre de commerce de l’Est de Montréal
Chambre de commerce et d’industrie de Québec
The Charlottetown Guardian
City of Dryden
Cleveland Clinic Canada
Club de la médaille d’or
Colleges and Institutes Canada
Eat It Up Media
E.C. Boone Ltd.
Fédération des cégeps
Femmes du cinéma, de la télévision et des médias numériques
Festival d’été de Québec
Fondation de l’athlète de l’excellence du Québec
Fondation et alumni de Polytechnique Montréal
Francos de Montréal
The Fredericton Daily Gleaner
Government of Canada
Graham Boeckh Foundation
The Halifax-Chronicle Herald
Indigo Books and Music Inc.
Jeune Chambre de commerce de Montréal
Just for Laughs
Leclerc Communications Inc.
Les Lignes du Fjord
MLSE - Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment
The Moncton Times & Transcript
Montréal Council on Foreign Relations
Montréal Museum of Fine Arts
The National Institute of Image and Sound
National Music Centre
Niagara Ice Dogs
Ontario University Athletics
Ordre des Psychologues du Québec
Quebec Seniors’ Housing Group (QSHG)
Rodeo Prod. Inc.
The Rossy Foundation
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
The Saint John Telegraph Journal
SOCIETY @ M.E.
South Shore Breaker
Toronto Argonauts Football Club
Toronto Caribbean Carnival
Toronto International Film Festival
Toronto Maple Leafs
True North Youth Foundation
True Patriot Love Foundation
Turtle Island Publications
Vancouver Whitecaps FC
The Winkler Morden Voice
Winnipeg Blue Bombers
Winnipeg Free Press
The Writers Guild of Canada
YUL Montréal-Trudeau International Airport
Bell Let’s Talk Day is January 28
On Bell Let’s Talk Day January 28, Canadians everywhere will join in the global mental health conversation. You can use a wide range of communications platforms to join in – and directly drive Bell’s donations to Canadian mental health programs simply by participating.
On Bell Let’s Talk Day, Bell donates 5 cents to Canadian mental health programs for every applicable text, local or long distance call, tweet or TikTok video using #BellLetsTalk, every Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Snapchat, TikTok, Twitter and YouTube view of the Bell Let’s Talk Day video, and every use of the Bell Let’s Talk Facebook frame or Snapchat filter. All at no cost to participants beyond what they would normally pay their service provider for online or phone access.
About Bell Let’s Talk
The largest-ever corporate commitment to mental health in Canada, Bell Let’s Talk is focused on 4 key action pillars: Anti-stigma, Care and Access, Research and Workplace Leadership. Since its launch in September 2010, Bell Let’s Talk has partnered with more than 1,100 organizations providing mental health supports and services throughout Canada, including hospitals, universities, local community service providers and other care and research organizations. To learn more, please visit Bell.ca/LetsTalk.