Help support youth at the Kids Help Phone Walk So Kids Can Talk

Apr 30 2018, 8:49 pm

On May 6 you can help youth feel more empowered by participating in the Kids Help Phone Walk So Kids Can Talk charity event.

Walk So Kids Can Talk is a fun and inspirational 5-kilometre walk that will bring together the community to raise money for Kids Help Phone —a leading Canadian charity offering the only national professional counselling service that kids can trust and access at any time.

The walk will take place at the Kids Help Phone sites in Vancouver and Surrey. There will be plenty of onsite activities and entertainment including, a giant bouncy castle, face painting, performances from band X-Ray Ted, Boogaloo Dance Academy, glee club Showstoppers, local crooner Stephen Scaccia, and keyboardist Mia Lancaster.

It will be an all-star Sunday that you will not want to miss! Main stage acts will be running from 9:30 am to 3 pm. Come out and have fun while supporting kids in the local community!

To register or donate, visit the Kids Help Phone website.

Kids Help Phone Walk So Kids Can Talk 

When: May 6, 2018

Time: Registration opens at 9:30 am, walk starts at 11 am

Where: Vancouver — David Lam Park, Yaletown 1300 Pacific Blvd, Vancouver
Surrey — 13428 Old Yale Rd, Surrey

Register: Online 

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