The recognition comes, in part, from the life-changing and sometimes lifesaving social media safety presentations or workshops hundreds of thousands of students have attended across North America, but especially here in BC. More importantly, this award recognizes the community support we provide outside of our business hours and presentations many of you have seen. We help students, teachers, parents, and other adults in need, both online and offline, who find themselves in uncertain or dangerous circumstances – whether it be a phone call at 3:00 am or a subtle invitation for an intervention in a message on Instagram. Using our combined team expertise, we will always do our best in providing guidance and support well beyond any single presentation you may experience with us.
As an organization, our passion and pride are in the community work we do. Certainly, this accomplishment could not have been achieved alone. The countless students and others who have contacted us online or via phone seeking help for themselves or help for a friend in a dangerous circumstance are all past recipients of this award. Our community, The White Hatter Nation, is an enormous component of the backbone in what it is we do and it’s often a resource we can call upon in a time of need.