Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation
DISTRICT 25 Ottawa-Carleton

Kids Help Phone

  Please join or $upport the OSSTF / FEESO D25 Ottawa-Carleton team
 Walk So Kids Can Talk 2018

                                                                                       
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Walk so Kids Can Talk is taking place on Sunday, May 6 at Andrew Hayden Park (3127  Carling).  Note the new location!

 

Kids Help Phone is the official charity of OSSTF/FEESO.

 

The Walk is a great way to spend time outdoors with other education workers while coming together for an essential cause.  
Register today online using the link below. It only takes a few minutes.  
Or just drop by on the morning of the event. We'll meet near the start line, at Andrew Hayden Park, between 9 and 10am.  You'll see OSSTF flags.   
The 5km walk is perfect for families and groups of friends.

 

Register for the walk or donate to the D25 OSSTF Ottawa-Carleton team at Walk So Kids Can Talk

Once you’re registered, you can invite your friends, family and co-workers to sponsor you or donate to the OSSTF Ottawa-Carleton team online. The

donations you raise will help support child and youth mental health and well-being. (Please note, to get a tax receipt, you should donate to the team or a team mate. 

Sponsoring yourself is NOT eligible for a tax receipt.) 

 

The Walk is Canada’s largest fundraising walk in support of young people’s mental health and well-being. It benefits 6.5 million kids, teens, and

young adults, ensuring they continue to have access to a trusted source of immediate, anonymous, non-judgemental, and professional counselling

support through Kids Help Phone. We are a community-based national charity that receives no core government funding and relies on community and

corporate support to keep our essential service available. 

We hope you’ll consider joining OSSTF members from the Ottawa region! If you’d like more information about the Walk, please visit www.walksokidscantalk.ca.   

OSSTF / FEESO members will be walking in communities across Ontario on Sunday May 6.