It’s important to shine a light on mental health after a tumultuous year now more than ever. For the 11th year in a row, #BellLetsTalkDay uses the hashtag to spread awareness on Thursday, Jan. 28, and many famous faces have joined the conversation to help raise funds for Canadian mental health initiatives.
With every tweet, retweet, video view, text, call or use of the Snapchat filter, Bell will donate 5 cents to the Canadian organizations listed here. This year is shaping up to raise a lot of awareness and funds with so many celebrities speaking out on such an important cause.
Famous names like Miss Céline Dion, our Prime Minister (and new smize enthusiast) Justin Trudeau, Trailer Park Boys star Jonathan Torrens, and Ryan Seacrest are all using their huge platforms to help keep the conversations about mental health going. Canadian crooner Michael Bublé stars in the #BellLetsTalk video this year, and with every view Bell will donate 5 cents. It’s never been easier to help create positive change.
Take a look at everyone that’s helping to spread the word and get it done this lovely #BellLetsTalk Day.
Today is #BellLetsTalk Day!— J O E J O N A S (@joejonas) January 28, 2021
For every tweet and retweet using #BellLetsTalk or view of the official Bell Let’s Talk Day video, Bell will donate 5 cents more to Canadian mental health initiatives ❤️ https://t.co/JZKEv6z69s
Sam & I checking in here for #BellLetsTalk day, supporting Mental Health initiatives. This guy helps with my mental health a lot. If you’re out there struggling too, just wanted to remind you you’re not alone. None of us are even when we feel like it. Sending love to you today❤️ pic.twitter.com/UnoxFm1eeD— Tenille Townes (@tenilletownes) January 28, 2021
One of the biggest health impacts of #COVID has been on mental health. The fear and anxiety mixed with isolation is a public health crisis. Don't hide what you're feeling, tell someone. Chances are they're feeling it too. #BellLetsTalk— Ed the Sock (@EdtheSock) January 28, 2021
Today is #BellLetsTalkDay ! For every tweet and retweet using #BellLetsTalk or view of the official Bell Let’s Talk Day video, Bell will donate 5¢ to Canadian mental health initiatives. 🙏🏼❤️ pic.twitter.com/Qyi3tyDcUl— Shawn Hook (@ShawnHook) January 28, 2021
Today is #BellLetsTalk Day! For every tweet and retweet using #BellLetsTalk or view of the official Bell Let’s Talk Day video, Bell will donate 5¢ to Canadian mental health initiatives. @Bell_LetsTalk pic.twitter.com/REgiG9rV8j— Chris Sullivan (@SullivanTweet) January 28, 2021
· Today is #BellLetsTalk Day! The cyber bullying, harassment and social toxicity on social media has been overwhelming.— Tynomi Banks (@TynomiBanks) January 28, 2021
Let's spread the word #BellLetsTalk, because together we can all help to create positive change in our schools, workplaces and communities. pic.twitter.com/Dkd5Gf7D8L
today is #BellLetsTalk day. mental health these days can be extremely challenging and lapses are nothing to be ashamed of. it takes a lot of steps and missteps, learning and unlearning. it will be okay 🖤— ac (@alessiacara) January 28, 2021
Now more than ever, mental health support deserves to be seen, and to be heard. To all those struggling, you are not alone.— FaZe Clan (@FaZeClan) January 28, 2021
For every Tweet or Retweet with #BellLetsTalk today, @Bell_LetsTalk will donate 5 cents to mental health initiatives.
Join the conversation. ❤️
Today, we talk. Tomorrow, we continue the conversation. #BellLetsTalk— CHLOE WILDE (@TheChloeWilde) January 28, 2021
@bell_letstalk special: In this together I’m co-hosting with @melissagrelo tonight on @ctv at 7pm— Tyrone T-rex Edwards (@mr1LOVETO) January 28, 2021
The special features several segments including themes around COVID-19 essential workers, parenting in a pandemic, race and mental health, and seniors’ mental health #BellLetsTalk pic.twitter.com/BXcNqtoMum
It’s critical to have open, honest and healthy discussions around mental health. By retweeting #BellLetsTalk you can make a difference. In case that’s not enough, before Disney bought Fox, Deadpool 3 was gonna be a road trip between Deadpool and Logan. Rashomon style. For real.— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) January 28, 2021
The reality is, this pandemic has been hard mentally for everyone. We won’t know the long-term effects for a while. But what we can do in the short-term is check in on our loved ones, friends & even strangers to ensure they are okay. ❤️ #BellLetsTalk— The Brandon Gonez Show (@brandongonez) January 28, 2021
When it comes to mental health, every action counts! Join the conversation on Bell Let’s Talk Day, January 28, and help create positive change for those living with mental health issues. For every text message, mobile or long-distance call made by Bell, Bell Aliant and Bell MTS customers, Bell will donate five cents to Canadian mental health initiatives. The same goes for every tweet or TikTok video with the hashtag #BellLetsTalk, watching the Bell Let’s Talk Day video on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, Snapchat, Pinterest or TikTok, or using the Bell Let’s Talk Facebook frame or Snapchat filter. But that’s just the first step: Visit letstalk.bell.ca for more ways you can effect change and build awareness around mental health.
[video_embed id='2127787']BEFORE YOU GO: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau delivers a special message for Bell Let's Talk Day[/video_embed]