Our Sponsors

At Kids Help Phone, we’re proud to be working with exceptional organizations who clearly believe, as we do, that supporting young people’s mental health and well-being today is an essential investment for stronger, healthier communities tomorrow. Our heartfelt thanks goes out to our national sponsors and their employees and leadership teams, whose passion, dedication and hard work help us be there for young people across Canada whenever they need us most.

BMOopen in new tab

BMO is a founding partner of Kids Help Phone, having helped to establish the organization in 1989. The passion and commitment of BMO and its employees over the years has helped an idea grow into a leading Canadian and world-renowned frontline youth counselling service providing guidance and support to more than 1,500 young people each day. The longstanding relationship between BMO and Kids Help Phone is shaped by a shared commitment to fostering the well-being of youth in Canada, no matter where they live or what hour of the day or night they need help. BMO is proud of its continued role in helping to raise strong, spirited and confident young people who, in turn, will contribute to strong, spirited and confident communities.

AIR MILES® Reward Programopen in new tab

The AIR MILES® Reward Program is Canada’s most recognized loyalty program with nearly 11 million active Collector Accounts, representing approximately two-thirds of all Canadian households. AIR MILES Collectors get Miles at more than 300 leading Canadian, global and online brands, and at thousands of retail and service locations across the country. It is the only loyalty program of its kind to give Collectors the flexibility and choice to use Miles on aspirational Rewards such as merchandise, travel, events or attractions, or, instantly, in-store or online through AIR MILES Cash at participating Partner locations.

Landmark Cinemasopen in new tab

A subsidiary of Kinepolis Group NV, Belgium, Landmark Cinemas is Canada’s second largest motion picture, theatre exhibition company. From a single screen in 1965 to today, Landmark Cinemas welcomes Movie Lovers to share their love of movies and enjoy a perfect movie-going experience in 46 cinemas and 330 screens throughout Western Canada, Ontario, and the Yukon Territory. Landmark is committed to supporting the mental health and well-being of both their Movie Lovers and Cast & Crew. They are connected to the communities they serve and are proud to support Kids Help Phone programs and initiatives across Canada. Landmark’s corporate headquarters is in Calgary, Alberta.

Nestlé Canadaopen in new tab

At Nestlé Canada, enhancing quality of life and contributing to a healthier future is its Purpose. For 150 years, they’ve committed to working with local communities to make a difference. As a founding partner of Kids Help Phone and a longstanding sponsor of the Walk so Kids Can Talk, Nestlé Canada is dedicated to supporting the health and well-being of all Canadians. “Helping Canadians live happier, healthier lives is a priority for us at Nestlé Canada and we proudly support Kids Help Phone in making an impact to youth mental health and well-being.” says John Carmichael, President and CEO, Nestlé Canada.

Lactalis Canadaopen in new tab

As a founding partner of Kids Help Phone, Lactalis Canada has helped make Kids Help Phone a household name for children and youth in Canada by carrying the Kids Help Phone logo on a variety of its dairy products such as Black Diamond, Cheestrings, Lactantia and Beatrice. As an annual Walk sponsor, through its Astro and Black Diamond Cheestrings brands, the Lactalis Canada team puts its best feet forward each year to ensure that young people can continue to have access to Kids Help Phone’s professional counselling services whenever they need them.

The Sourceopen in new tab

Nearly 50 years ago, The Source opened its first retail store in Canada. Since then, The Source has grown into the largest, and proudest, Canadian tech retailer. The Source is proud to support communities across Canada through partnerships with national charities including Kids Help Phone. Since 2012, The Source has raised over a million dollars in support of Kids Help Phone through various fundraising campaigns, events and initiatives.

Bell Mediaopen in new tab

Bell Media is the national media partner and a champion of mental health awareness. Its national youth brand MuchMusic is a founding partner of Kids Help Phone, engaging youth across the country since the phone lines first opened in 1989. Today, Bell Media is thrilled to continue its longstanding partnership with Kids Help Phone with both on and off-air support, including promotions and talent engagement, and by coming together as a company to participate in Walk events across the country.


As a National sponsor, you can demonstrate your organization’s commitment to making a social investment in youth, families and communities while achieving public recognition and brand activation.

For more information on sponsorship opportunities, please contact :
Elena Manica,
Director, Community Partnerships
Write an email togetinvolved@kidshelpphone.ca.