Where are young people contacting Kids Help Phone from? What issues are they reaching out about? How are they feeling after their conversation? Discover the latest data about the support we offer youth in Nova Scotia with Kids Help Phone Insights.
We’re proud to be available 24/7 to young people in Nova Scotia for any issue — big or small.
Below, you will find more information about our work in Nova Scotia, including upcoming events, our supporters and the ways you can get involved to help ensure young people in Nova Scotia always have a place to turn, in any moment of crisis or need.
Thank you to our supporters in Nova Scotia
Canadian Progress Club Halifax Citadel | Nova Scotia
Thank you to a great partner who provided funding for COVID-19 relief, and whose members volunteer at Kids Help Phone events.
Halifax Youth Foundation | Nova Scotia
Thank you for supporting young people in Nova Scotia with more access to professional counselling!
IWK Health Centre | Nova Scotia
Thank you to valued partner IWK Health Centre for supporting young people in Nova Scotia!
Jack MacDonald | Nova Scotia
Thank you to Jack and Faye MacDonald for their support as a “Ruth’s Eagle” for the 2021 Ruth Goldbloom Ladies Golf Classic presented by Medavie.
Medavie | Nova Scotia
A huge thank you to our Presenting Sponsor for the 2020-2022 Ruth Goldbloom Ladies Golf Classic!
J&W Murphy Foundation
Thank you for stepping up to support young people in Nova Scotia seeking virtual mental health support during COVID-19.
Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia | Nova Scotia
We appreciate our long partnership with the Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia! Thank you for supporting the mental health of young people in Nova Scotia during the pandemic (and always)!
Scotiabank Atlantic Regional Office | Nova Scotia
Thank you for donating funds to support young people during the pandemic.
Sobeys #725 | Nova Scotia
Thank you to the Sobeys- Larry Uteck store for supporting kids, teens and young adults during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Telus Atlantic Community Board | Nova Scotia
Thank you to the Telus Atlantic Community Board for their support! They were inspired to get involved after the tragedy in Nova Scotia last spring. Their gift will be used to support Crisis Text Line powered by Kids Help Phone.
The John and Judy Bragg Family Foundation | Nova Scotia
Thank you for responding to the increased demand for e-mental health support during COVID-19.
The Windsor Foundation | Nova Scotia
Thank you for responding to the needs of young people in the Maritimes during COVID-19.
United Way Halifax | Nova Scotia
Thank you for being there for youth during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jason Spillner | Nova Scotia
Thank you to Jason Spillner for hosting the 455/28 fundraising event in support of Kids Help Phone!
Walmart | Nova Scotia
Thank you to all of the Walmart stores in Nova Scotia who donated to Kids Help Phone through their Community Grant program. We’re grateful to Walmart for giving back to the communities they serve!
Police Association of Nova Scotia | Nova Scotia
Thank you to the Police Association of Nova Scotia for your ongoing support!
Your Kids Help Phone contact in Nova Scotia
Emily Cardwell | Development Officer, Community Partnerships, Eastern Canada | 1-888-470-8880 Ext. 4
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