SouthSeas joins the Pink Shirt Day movement
22 May 2018
Friday 18 May 2018 marked Pink Shirt Day and SouthSeas Healthcare joined many workplaces around the country getting involved, wearing pink to show their support for the cause.
The Pink Shirt Day campaign encourages New Zealanders to ‘Speak up, Stand together and Stop bullying’ by wearing anything pink to work or out in the community.
Pink Shirt Day was instituted by two Canadian students who took a stand against homophobic bullying in their school by handing out pink shirts for their schoolmates to wear, creating a social movement which became internationally recognised.
Along with many other countries, New Zealand has embraced Pink Shirt Day as a way to stand up and speak out against bullying.
SouthSeas Healthcare staff wore pink shirts and other pink attire to show their support for what they consider such an important cause.
New Zealand has been a part of the Pink Shirt Day bullying prevention campaign since 2009.
South Seas Healthcare
Physical address: 14 Fair Mall, Auckland 2023
Phone: 09 273 9017
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Saturday: 8 am – 1 pm
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East Tamaki Healthcare, 160 Bairds Road, Otara
Phone: 09 274 3414
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