Teachers and parents, here’s a great way to open up a discussion around bullying with your classmates and children. Until Wednesday, October 22 at 5 pm, First Nations students from grades K-12 can enter our anti-bullying contest and win 1 of 5 prize packages valued at 500 dollars each. To encourage the spirit of sharing and togetherness, each prize package comes with a bonus prize that the winner may share with a friend or family member.
To enter, students can use Facebook or Twitter to share their personal story of how they were affected by OR overcame bullying in 8 words or less, using the hashtag #goodmindsstandup. The hashtag is important as it is how we will receive their contest submission. Students may participate in the hashtag campaign as much as they like, however each person will only be entitled to one contest entry.
There are two other simple ways to enter this contest: simply share a photo of yourself wearing our FREE Good Minds Stand Up T-shirt on Facebook or Twitter (don’t forget those hashtags!), or submit the ballot below to G&M Sportswear at 583 Mohawk Rd between the hours of 9am and 5pm EST.
Prizes have been generously donated by The Dreamcatcher Foundation and local area businesses. They include:
Names will be entered into a database and randomly selected using a name generator.