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We're fundraising for Pink Shirt Day

Tiny Nation is getting behind Pink Shirt Day as a part of our focus on Hauroa and Wellbeing. In a world where we can be anything, we want our tiny learners to be kind. We know that they learn how to be in relationships through being with - and relating to - the special adults in their lives. As adults, we want to BE the change we wish to see, which is why supporting a cause like Pink Shirt Day is so important to us.

 
This Pink Shirt Day (Friday, 20 May 2022), I'm joining the movement to Kōrero Mai, Kōrero Atu, Mauri Tū, Mauri Ora – Speak up, Stand Together, Stop Bullying! Will you join me? 

 On Pink Shirt Day, Aotearoa comes together to take a stand against bullying and celebrate diversity in all its forms by supporting schools, workplaces, and communities to be safe, supportive, welcoming, and inclusive of all. 

Did you know Aotearoa has the third-highest rate of school bullying out of 36 OECD countries, that one in 10 workers feels discriminated against, harassed, or bullied at work and that our rainbow (LGBTQIA+) communities face even higher rates of bullying? Studies show people who are bullied are more likely to experience mental health issues, such as depression, anxiety, and suicidal thoughts. 

Will you help us to create a kinder Aotearoa, where everyone feels safe, valued and respected? 

Your donation to the Mental Health Foundation this Pink Shirt Day will help to reduce bullying; through raising awareness about bullying prevention, funding education workshops and supplying thousands of free resources that promote inclusive workplaces, schools and communities. 

Please support this important kaupapa and donate to our page today. Every little bit counts! 
 
Ngā mihi/Thank you  

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