Dress Purple Day October 27 2020

Posted: October 26, 2020

Every October Children’s Aid Societies across the province raise awareness about the important role that individuals and communities play in supporting vulnerable children, youth, and families.

On Dress Purple Day, we celebrate the community that cares for families and share the message that help is available and no one is alone.

On Dress Purple Day, we raise awareness that Children’s Aid Societies are community organizations that are part of the circle of care that supports the wellbeing of children, youth, and families.

Dress Purple Day offers an opportunity to remind Ontarians that Children’s Aid Societies work together with many other social service providers to help children, youth, and families facing challenges.

Dress Purple Day offers an opportunity to raise awareness among children and youth about their right to safety and well-being in all spaces.

Dress Purple Day offers an opportunity to remind adults about the important role they play in supporting vulnerable children, youth, and families. This includes every adult’s legal duty to call their local Children’s Aid Society if they have a concern about the safety or well-being of a child or youth.