Join the ConversationBell Let’s Talk 2012: Join the conversation to support Canadian mental health!
National spokesperson Clara Hughes, and new additions to the Bell Let’s Talk team Michel Mpambara and Stefie Shock, invite you to talk about mental illness to help fight the stigma.
Bell Let’s Talk Day is February 8 – Bell will donate 5¢ to mental health for every text and long distance call made by Bell customers on February 8. The 2011 total to beat is $3,303,961.80. Bell Community Fund 2012 applications are open – $1 million in grants for community and grassroots mental health programs across Canada.
To learn more please visit Bell.ca/LetsTalk
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