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 firstname.lastname@example.org and providing your name, organization, address, information on the event/activity/fundraiser where you’ll be using them, and the quantity being requested.
Multicultural Kids Network Stop Bullying Prevention African Drumming Circle.
Brooklyn Park, MN
We will offer an African drumming show with the community to raise awareness about bullying as part of the Pacer National Bullying Prevention.
AJE Annual 5k Against Bullying
AJE Annual 5k Run, Walk, Roll Against bullying. Join us in the Nations Capital at the Historic Anacostia Park.Participants will receive a free T Shirt, Awards and Goodie Bags 1900 Anacostia Drive, SE
Buddies NOT Bullies 5K/1 Mile Fun/Run/Walk/Roll/Crawl/Stroll
Panama City Beach, FL
The Student Advocacy Center Of Bay County, Inc. continues it’s month long series of events recognizing October as Bullying Prevention Month with this 5K/1 Mile Fun Run to help bring public awareness to the serious issue of bullying. - Awards for Top Finishers in Each 5K Age Group, Wheelchair, and Stroller Category. - Free T-Shirts to everyone that registers. - Community Organizations, Schools, and School Group Discounts. - Awards for organizations and schools with most participants. - Early Bird Discount ends October 3, 2015.
Walk & Roll Against Bullying
Little Rock, AR
Arkansas PAC hosts the 3rd annual awareness raising 1.5 Mile Fun Walk & Roll Against Bullying. The 2015 emcee is Kevin Kelly, Fox 16 News Anchor. The event is FREE Door prizes will be awarded
The Mad Hatter Tea Party
The characters, the garden and the tea party are not the focus of this event. The focus is what happens to Alice while she is in Wonderland. The characters bring challenges and the events bring questions all of which Alice must figure out. She is bullied by the Red Queen. What is critical, is the world she is in is much like the chaotic world we live in. Our youth are trying to fit in. They are searching for who they are. Like Alice, we want our youth to find out who they are and recognize their self-worth.
Wear Orange Day
New York, NY
Students will walk a mile against bullying. Students attend Mosaic Preparatory Academy in New York City. The school serves grades PreK--5.
TGA 3rd Annual Bully Prevention Walk
The GREAT Academy is a Charter High School here in Albuquerque who’s mission is to Ensure Students Gain Real World Experience Through Active Transition. As a certified "Character Counts" school, we believe it is our duty to stand up for this cause. We will meet at the entrance to Tiguex Park in Albuquerque.
The ATOU 1.6 Challenge to End Bullying
On National Make a Difference Day in National Anti-Bullying Month, ATOU will host a 1.6 mile obstacle course run to put a stop to bullying. The 1.6 mile course calls to mind the 160,000 students who miss school each day for fear of being bullied. Those with disabilities are six times more likely than typically developing students to experience bullying.
2nd Annual Walk 4 Respect
The 2nd Annual Walk 4 Respect brings together youth from Okaloosa and Walton counties during National Bullying Prevention Month to talk and learn about healthy, non-violent relationships and treating everyone with kindness and respect. In addition to a one-mile walk, the event will feature fun games, food trucks and music. Walkers are encouraged to wear non-violent Halloween costumes or something orange, the color of the anti-bullying movement.
I am my Brother’s Keeper
jamaica, n.y., NY
It is a dramatic presentation about a young girl who is bullied, but later discovers that there are kids who will help against bullying.