Donation Recipients

Here are a few Anti-Bullying groups and causes we have made donations to as part of our campaign efforts and ongoing support for the communities to help raise the awareness. Learn more about Our Involvement.

Canadian Red Cross

The Flag Shop Winnipeg is pleased to announce that, for the entire month of April, we will be donating 5% of all sales revenue from our extensive Anti-Bullying product line to the Canadian Red Cross in support of the “Day of Pink” campaign.

Press Release: The Flag Shop Winnipeg commits to raise funds for the Red Cross “Day of Pink” campaign (PDF)


img-iamsomeone-kevanI AM SOMEONE

The Flag Shop Vancouver donated 1,000 paper stick flags to I AM SOMEONE’S Walk ‘2TALK’ Rally in Port Coquitlam on February 22, 2015.

In this picture, Greg Moore, Mayor of Port Coquitlam and his wife Erin show off our Anti-Bullying paper flags and silicone bracelet along with The Flag Shop’s national business development manager Kevan Crozier.


Boys & Girls Club Community Services

The Flag Shop Calgary donated 27″x54″ Anti-Bullying flags and silicone bracelets to Boy & Girls Club in Calgary, Alberta.


Boys & Girls Clubs Big Brothers Big Sisters of Edmonton & Area

The Flag Shop Edmonton donated 200 Anti-Bullying bracelets and 200 Anti-Bullying paper flags to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Edmonton.

Testimonial from the Edmonton Boys & Girls Club: “I wanted to send you a note to Say Thank you again for the flags and the Bracelets for Pink Shirt day, please see a little video clip we have posted on YouTube, the first dance the kids did they were all holding the flags and then as it went on they started to drop them because they were so focused on the dance.  It was wonderful. – Manager of Service Delivery, Boys & Girls Clubs Edmonton.”