September 30th is Orange Shirt Day, a campaign intended to remind us all that EVERY CHILD MATTERS... every day. Regardless of race, religion, class, age, sexual orientation, level of ability, or class/status, every child deserves the right to feel loved and supported in a healthy learning environment.

I learned about Phyllis (Jack) Webstad and Orange Shirt Day on September 20th at the Reconciliation Week here in Vancouver, BC. Watch this short video to hear her story:

Click here to learn more about Orange Shirt Day - Every Child Matters and Phyllis (Jack) Webstad, the Residential School Survivor who wants her orange shirt back!

Then decide if YOU want to learn more about a dark part of Canada's history that must be acknowledged so we can move forward... reconcile.  Consider how you can ACT to support Orange Shirt Day - Every Child Matters and the spirit of Reconciliation in your own boardrooms, classrooms and living rooms. Suggestions =)

Spiritlink Communications supports Orange Shirt Day: Fundraiser T's

With Phyllis' permission, we created and are selling special edition t-shirt to support Orange Shirt Day - Every Child Matters!

Learn how Spiritlink Communications partnered with Stó:Lö Nation artist Tara-Lee Gardner to design 'the Chickadee truth-tellers' shirt. We will donate $5 from every shirt sold to Reconciliation Canada... click here

Want more information about the Indian Residential Schools and Reconciliation Week? It one of many events across Canada dedicated to honouring Residential School Survivors and their families. Visit  out our dynamic RESOURCE page.