We invite you to our 5th Annual Pink Shirt Day Breakfast present by TELUS, taking place February 27th, 2019. It's Okanagan Boys and Girls Clubs kick-off to kindness in the Okanagan. We hope you join us.
For the past four years, we have hosted a breakfast on Pink Shirt Day with the goal of not only raising awareness of how being kind, caring, resilient can benefit the overall health of our community, but also raising funds to run our programs and services encouraging and teaching kindness, caring, resiliency, empathy, and understanding. This year we will be joined by Janice Taylor, the founder and CEO of Mazu, a Kelowna-based family social media messaging and content platform for children and families.
Janice is a social entrepreneur, mother, inspirational speaker, author, and online safety advocate. After a long journey from her roots in Saskatchewan, Janice has emerged as a pioneer in solving the growing epidemic in Social Media. She has a Bachelor of Psychology, Honours Thesis Option and spent many years studying the impacts of addiction on the human spirit. It was from her research focused on self-esteem and self-efficacy among women that she sought to create a solution to the issue of social media addiction and how it was affecting women, children, and families. This 9 year journey in the wild wild west of technology startups she has created a solution that will Awaken Families with love. During this time, Janice has developed an innovative platform to solve the growing issues in social media around the mental health of children and youth with a focused on early childhood prevention and nurturing children both in real and digital life. Janice has started the campaign of Love a Million, designed to bring over a million children out of harms way. Here is a sneak peak for what the morning message will be.
Your Story Matters: Clues to your Purpose
What if we flipped our story over from the dark side to the light? What if one could discover that your story contains all the clues one would need in order to become who we were always meant to be? Through a process called Ahava, created by Janice, she helps move individuals on their healing path from trauma to their true purpose. As a vulnerable child and youth, Janice understands the impacts of those scarcity roots and addictive patterns. It is from these roots that she will speak to the clues of her own destiny and apply them today so that others can find their true calling.
Date: February 27, 2019
Time: 7:00am to 9:30am
Location: Laurel Packinghouse
1304 Ellis Street, Kelowna
Pink Shirt Day has grown into a nationwide initiative. The fact is that two exceptional teens came together to support their fellow student and lead us into an international movement that helps thousands of children, youth and adults each year become more kind, caring, understanding and compassionate of others. And here at the Okanagan Boys and Girls Clubs, we continue that movement.
A huge thank you to our local supporters, Sysco Kelowna, Okanagan College Culinary Arts Team, Glitz N' Glam, McDonald's, Kaleena Cakes, Flash and Frame Photo Booth, Doak Shirreff Lawyers LLP and SW Audio! They work hard each you to provide attendees with a morning to remember making the day a great success.
Tickets are on sale starting January 7th, 2019 at 8:00 am (PST). This sellout event is going to be another incredible event, so make sure to save the date.
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Pink Shirts and other pink items are on sale through www.pinkshirtday.ca
For information on Pink Shirt Day events, contact Richelle Leckey at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 250-762-3914.