Community is a cornerstone of Bell Media’s business. Our local properties highlight the rich cultural events within the communities we live and work in, while our national programming ties Canadian communities together. A few of our partnerships include:
Kids Help Phone
Bell Media is a proud partner of Kids Help Phone, who supports the mental health of young people across Canada by providing free, anonymous, professional counseling 24/7/365. As the Media Partner for the annual Walk So Kids Can Talk, we provide in-kind support year after year, promoting the fundraiser across our television and radio stations in the month leading up to the Walk.
We also support Kids Help Phone both nationally and locally throughout the year, promoting their services on-air, online and through our social media networks, developing and airing PSAs, facilitating on-site presence at relevant events, donating items, leveraging our talent to participate in various initiatives, featuring their experts for relevant shows and appearances, etc.
Free the Children: We Day
As the broadcast partner of Free The Children’s We Day, MTV helped assemble over 110,000 student leaders and supporters in Toronto and Vancouver to celebrate positive activism in local and global communities. Youth leaders were engaged by inspiring speakers and performers all to spark a culture of positive change. Bell Media aired the one-hour special broadcast on MTV and Much, as well as encores on M3, E! and CTV. Bell Media continues to promote We Day events and the important work of Free The Children to its viewers and igniting positive social change.
The Humanitarian Coalition
By partnering with the Humanitarian Coalition, Bell Media brings support and attention to disaster relief efforts around the globe. From earthquakes to typhoons, to droughts and refugee crises, Bell Media is an active participant of disaster relief wherever and whenever needed.