For the eighth year in a row, Canadian telecom giant Bell is using its platform to advocate for mental health awareness. In what’s become a tradition for #HockeyTwitter, NHL teams, players and analysts are rallying around it.
— Zach Werenski (@ZachWerenski) January 30, 2019
— Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) January 30, 2019
You're never alone. Please retweet to spread the word. #BellLetsTalk
For every tweet & retweet with #BellLetsTalk, 5 cents will be donated to mental health initiatives in
— Buffalo Sabres (@BuffaloSabres) January 30, 2019
Today is #BellLetsTalk Day.
Bell will donate five cents to mental health initiatives for each of these interactions.
— TSN (@TSN_Sports) January 30, 2019
Join the conversation. pic.twitter.com/9FMGwpyVfu
— Toronto Maple Leafs (@MapleLeafs) January 30, 2019
Let’s end the stigma, you are not alone #BellLetsTalk
— Auston Matthews (@AM34) January 30, 2019
Work on mental health as you would on physical health. It starts by reaching out, sharing and listening with compassion. #BellLetsTalk
— Jarmo Kekalainen (@jkekalainen) January 30, 2019
To date, Bell has contributed more than $93 million to mental health organizations.