Celebs Share Their Support For #BellLetsTalk Day

Wednesday, January 30 is Bell Let’s Talk Day. An annual initiative, Bell has raised millions of dollars to help fund programs that support people suffering with their mental health. Donating is easy. For every text message, mobile and long distance call, Bell Let’s Talk Day video view on social media, tweet using #BellLetsTalk, use of the Bell Let’s Talk Facebook frame or Snapchat filter, Bell will donate 5¢ to Canadian mental health initiatives.

Donating to the Bell Let’s Talk Day fund is easy and goes a long way to helping grow programs that support people across Canada. But today isn’t just about raising money. It’s also about ending stigma. Check out just some of the celebs lending their support to Bell Let’s Talk Day on social media and watch In Their Own Words: A Bell Let’s Talk Day Special tonight at 7/10c on CTV.

Ellen DeGeneres always ends her show by reminding people to be kind to one another, a great message to remember on #BellLetsTalk Day and every day.

Much Creators share their experiences with depression and anxiety in hopes of helping others feel less alone.

Olympian Tessa Virtue calls for more love, empathy and dialogue.

An artist whose talent and honesty has made her an icon, Jann Arden remembers her late mother on #BellLetsTalk Day.

Walk Off The Earth tell fans that it’s fine to not be fine, as long as you seek help.

Sarah McLachlan knows that mental health affects everyone.

Monica Lewinsky shared her struggles with PTSD and encouraged others to seek help.

The cast of Highway Thru Hell spoke about the importance of having someone to talk to in order to deal with the traumatic experiences.

Prime Minister Trudeau encourages Canadians to seek help if they’re struggling with their mental health.

Billy Talent remind people to be kind, compassionate and a friend.

Shawn Mendes opened up to Etalk about his struggles with anxiety.

Members of the Toronto Maple Leafs joined the conversation.

The Toronto Raptors also encouraged fans to talk.

Our Lady Peace’s Jeremy Taggart shows how simple it can be to check in with friends and family.

Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest want to help raise money to fund programs for mental health.

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