Troll'd Is Dropping a Line of Hoodies for #PinkShirtDay



Pink Shirt Day started in 2007 when 9th grade student Chuck McNeill was bullied for wearing a pink shirt on his first day of school in Berwick, Nova Scotia. David Shepherd and Travis Price bought 50 pink shirts and distributed them around their school in solidarity with Chuck. 

Since then, Pink Shirt Day has become an international anti-bullying day, with countries taking a stand on various dates throughout the year.

The 'Troll'd' clothing line was made to raise awareness for the effects social media plays on our mental health by Laura Geddes from Virgin Radio and Matt Lamarche from Kitchener Screen Printing. We all know how often social media is used as a tool to bully others.

In honor of #PinkShirtDay, we have created these limited sweatshirts for you to wear and raise awareness on February 24th, 2020. 

100% of the proceeds will go towards the Canadian Mental Health Association.

These shirts will be on sale in limited quantities Friday, Feb 19 at 9:00am EST! 







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