Be Kind Online

Take a stand. Find your voice. Get support. Bullying and cyberbullying affect us all; you’re not alone! Whether you’ve been a victim, witnessed an incident, or simply know someone who’s been bullied, we’ve got tools and tips that can help.

Be Kind Online is a social movement – a reminder to rethink your online behaviour, embrace our connectedness, and spread positivity. Be Kind Online aims to end bullying and cyberbullying in our communities. As an organization committed to diversity, inclusion, and acceptance, SaskTel is proud to lead this initiative and help empower those committed to changing online behaviour for the better.

Get a Grant

Want to be a positive force in your community? Have an idea? Spreading kindness begins with you! Have your voice heard, and rally others to Be Kind Online (and in person). Apply for a Be Kind Online Grant today and you could receive up to $1,000 to bring your idea to life.

Past Grant Recipients

Discover how others are taking a stand against bullying and cyberbullying, and maybe pick up a few ideas of your own while you’re at it. Through the Be Kind Online Grant Program, we’ve built a strong community of advocates that are spreading kindness across the province. Who knows, our next recipient could be you!

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Regina Kindness Rocks

Regina Kindness Rocks is a community initiative that provides inclusive art and educational experiences based on kindness and compassion. The most common activity is painting rocks with beautiful art and kind messages.
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St. Gerard School: Interconnections

Students partnered up with seniors at Porteous Lodge to teach them how to use iPads and read stories to the residents while creating intergenerational connections!
Other Grant Recipients

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Happy Halloween! We celebrated this Halloween with treats and kindness...
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Keep On

With kindness and compassion we can get through anything...
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SJHL Speaks Up About Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying hurts. Kindness helps. SJHL players and coaches share their message...