Put on a Community Event!
As part of PACER Center’s National Bullying Prevention Month, children, teens, adults, schools, and communities across the country are encouraged to hold a special event to show they care about this important issue. The event can include music, give-aways, special speakers, petition signing, and more as people unite to join the movement against bullying.
New Student Event Toolkit
Draft Agenda - This draft agenda can be modified to fit your needs. Design a “show” that is supported by concurrent activities.
Tell Us About Your Event
Does your school, community organization or nonprofit have a community event planned for National Bullying Prevention Month in October?
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Download this free, colorful, and informative 8 ½ x 11 (2-sided) flyer that outlines the creative resources, outreach activities, and opportunities available from PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center. Print the flyer and use it for your local event, activity, or fundraiser. Limited quantities of pre-printed flyers are also available by emailing email@example.com and providing your name, organization, address, information on the event/activity/fundraiser where you’ll be using them, and the quantity being requested.
Ice Cream Social
Our Torch Club and Keystone Club (character and leadership development groups for kids 10-18 years of age) are organizing an ice cream social at the Boys and Girls Club of Pequannock to promote bullying awareness. They would like to have everyone who attends sign the petition. They also want to donate all proceeds to this organization.
Vibe Twin Cities
VIBE Twin Cities is a monthly charity concert that showcases local and national music talent. All proceeds from the event will go toward supporting anti-bullying programs put on by Project Footsteps in Twin Cities schools. Project Footsteps is a Minneapolis-based non profit whose mission is to inspire, empower and prepare young people and communities to be agents of change and social leaders in action. To learn more, please visit www.projectfootsteps.org
Kidsbridge Walk2Stop Bullying
Join us for the Second Annual KIDSBRIDGE WALK2STOP BULLYING on Sunday, June 2, 2013. Help us educate and inspire more positive action to end bullying. Let’s make our schools and communities safer and more tolerant places to live. Kids, families, educators, youth & service groups and members of the community all walk together. The event features a two-mile family walk on the TCNJ campus, outdoor kids’ activities and an open house in the Kidsbridge Tolerance Museum after the walk.
Let’s help the little gamers have a better tomorrow! -- KantCon 2013
At KantCon 2013 we plan to host some anti-bullying support for children and adults alike! We will be handing out buttons and flyers. Later in the day there will be a "coffee break" for parents who have questions about how to handle bullies and how to prevent bullies. And how to talk with their children about bullies. We want to empower our gaming parents as well as help the children see that they have a way out of being bullied.
National Night Out - Smithsburg, MD
Cyberbullying Awareness Week
Largo (All of Pinellas County), FL
Gulf Coast Giving 501c3 has received a proclamation from the Pinellas County Board of County Commissions naming Sept 23-27th, 2013 as Cyberbullying Awareness Week.
Run, Walk, Roll Against Bullying (PACER Center)
Bloomington (Minneapolis) at Lake Normandale, MN
Show that you care! Participate in the 3rd annual Friends of PACER’s Run, Walk, Roll Against Bullying in Bloomington (Minneapolis) MN. This is a family event to show support of the cause!
Bullying Stops With You!!!
Cincinnati , OH
In honor of National Bullying Prevention Month The Homeschool Advocate Group is hosting a community event! Come out and enjoy a day full of entertainment, fun and unique vendors and sign the stop bullying petition!
Kevin Roth Speaks to the district he attended in 1966
Grand Rapids, Minnesota, MN
Kevin Roth the victim of the Grand Rapids School shooting in 1966 wil be taking to the GRHS, RJEMS, and Big Fork School. David Black was bullied relentlessly and the day of October 5th 1966 right before school started he shot Kevin Roth and administrator Forrest Leo Willey who died 8 days later. A memorial fund as been started to give Mr. Willey a memorial for his service to ISD 318