British Columbia Division


Stigma Stomp!


For the second consecutive year, The Salvation Army has declared May as Dignity Month.

May 6th – 11th is Mental Health Awareness Week and May 11th has been declared as “STIGMA STOMPDAY” by the City of Victoria. Stigma Stomp Day was established in order to educate the public in order to stomp out the stigmas associated with mental illness.

Stigma Stomp Day is was held in Centennial Square and welcomed a variety of entertainment, food and education … not to mention, The Salvation Army Beacon Bus was on site providing a chilli lunch, water and snacks to everyone who attended the event.

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