Donor FAQs

As a charity, Kids Help Phone relies on donations from individuals, businesses, clubs and foundations to keep its services open and available to youth in Canada 24/7. Our donors are very important to us. If you have a question, or would like to provide feedback, please connect with us toll-free at 1-800-268-3062 Monday to Friday, […]

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Ways to give

There are many ways to support Kids Help Phone. Among other easy and meaningful options, you can donate in honour of a loved one, donate in lieu of a wedding or holiday gift, register to give monthly or explore matching gift options through your employer. Donate by Mail: Download our Donation Form and mail your donation to […]

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Weaving Threads: An Indigenous Engagement Program

Eligibility: Indigenous people and settlers, 12 years and older, with strong connections to an Indigenous community or urban centre. Responsibilities: connect Kids Help Phone with community resources promote Kids Help Phone’s programs, services and resources provide input on Kids Help Phone’s programs, services and outreach as required, via online polls connect with Kids Help Phone […]

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National Youth Council

January to December participation in one virtual committee meeting (two hours) every month participation in two to six additional hours a month for project work and virtual collaboration council members are eligible to serve for a two-year term  participate in monthly virtual NYC meetings (with optional summer activities as determined by the council from June […]

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Event planning committee volunteers

Volunteers help us onsite at fundraising events with a variety of activities. Community events simply would not be possible without the support of our event day volunteers! Event day volunteers experience the excitement of an event while making new connections and supporting our important cause. We host events across Canada! […]

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Kids Help Phone Ambassadors

Volunteer Ambassadors create a physical presence in communities across Canada. Ambassadors spread awareness by sharing an understanding of Kids Help Phone in support of outreach and fundraising. […]

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Crisis responders

What are the requirements for becoming a crisis responder? obtain a Vulnerable Sector check with results that are satisfactory to Kids Help Phone be at least the age of majority in your jurisdiction of residence have access to a confidential computer (i.e. password-protected) and secure and reliable internet connection during all of your shifts commit […]

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