Movie Lovers Care
Landmark Cinemas is committed to supporting communities we serve and the mental health and well-being of our Movie Lovers, as well as our Cast and Crew. We accomplish this through various programs and fundraising initiatives for Kids Help Phone. We are proud to be a national sponsor of 2022's Walk So Kids Can Talk powered by BMO.
Some of our cast and crew at Landmark Cinemas 24 Kanata (our 2019 TOP fundraising theatre) presented Kids Help Phone with this year's cheque
Donate & Save: Movie-Going That Does Some Good
April 15 - May 5, Get a $10 coupon* from Toys R Us when you donate $2 to Kids Help Phone. Simply select the 'Kids Help Phone' Ticket Type when purchasing your movie tickets at LandmarkCinemas.com. Kids Help Phone Ticket Type includes 1 x Admission + $2 donation to Kids Help Phone + $10 coupon from Toys R Us.
*While supplies last. Coupon Book available for qualifying ticket purchases at LandmarkCinemas.com only.
Walk So Kids Can Talk powered by BMO
As a 2022 National Sponsor of the Walk So Kids Can Talk powered by BMO, our Cast and Crew are not only joining thousands of Movie Lovers across the country on Sunday, May 1st, but they are also actively fundraising to support Kids Help Phone. Follow along with us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @LandmarkCinemas.
We invite you to join us so we can give Canada's youth a brighter tomorrow.
About Kids Help Phone
It’s not always obvious when a young person is in distress. For 30 years, Kids Help Phone has shown up by phone, text or chat.
Kids Help Phone is Canada’s national support service offering professional counselling, information and referrals and volunteer-led, text-based support to young people in both English and French. As a national charity, it is thanks to generous supporters like Landmark Cinemas that we can provide this important, life-changing service to Canada’s youth.
For more information, to make a donation, or to find support for a young person in need, visit kidshelpphone.ca.
About the Walk So Kids Can Talk powered by BMO
Walk so Kids Can Talk presented by BMO is a 5 km, family friendly event that includes checkpoints with purpose. It takes place on Sunday, May 1, 2022 at in-person and virtual locations across Canada.
Kids Help Phone helps young people see a future of countless possibilities. Register for the campaign, fundraise and join us as we walk in support of youth mental health!
Now more than ever, we need your support to ensure that young people in Canada can continue to access Kids Help Phone's services 24/7.