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National Partners

PACER gratefully acknowledges the generous support of the many national nonprofit organizations that raise awareness of bullying prevention. Partners include organizations that reach a nationwide audience and have a focus on bullying prevention, child and youth, disability or education issues. Partners support and promote the activities of National Bullying Prevention Month on their social media channels, enewsletters, and printed materials.

Become a Champion Against Bullying 

Nonprofits, schools, and community groups that serve local and statewide communities are invited to “Become Champions Against Bullying”.

2013 National Partners

National Education Association Introducing new bullying prevention resources, posting blogs, articles, meetings, etc.
American Federation of Teachers
School Social Work Association of America
National Rural Education Association
National Association of State Boards of Education
National Association of School Psychologists The National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) is committed to enhancing school safety and school climate. NASP supports research, publications, and public policy initiatives addressing bullying prevention. During the month of October NASP will be sharing resources and information on bullying prevention with our members and the public.
Boys & Girls Clubs of America Boys & Girls Clubs of America is committed to a culture of safety and respect. Boys & Girls Clubs around the country are organizing fun and educational mixers during October to raise awareness about bullying prevention.
Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network (GLSEN)
Girl Scouts of the USA
National Asociation of State Directors of Special Education We will notify our members and share information as it becomes available from PACER.
The Arc
National Organizations for Youth Safety NOYS will promote National Bullying Prevention Month to our member organizations through our weekly newsletter and social media outlets.
National School Climate Center
Prevent Child Abuse America
American Council for School Social Work (ACSSW) Weekly newsletter information to members & others; highlighting a book on bullying for the month of October in the newsletter; encouraging school social workers to visit
American School Counselor Association
National Association of Peer Program Professionals
National Association for Parents of Children with Visual Impairments Fact sheet available for families on suggestions for handling bullying.
Learning Disabilities Association of America
American Association on Health and Disability
National Autism Association
National Tourette Syndrome Association
Tourette Syndrome Association, Inc. A new video designed to explain Tourette Syndrome (TS) and its' effects to young children is in development. Once completed and disseminated, we expect this video to inform and reassure younger children about TS, and to promote respect for those with differences such as TS at a younger age.
Council For Exceptional Children
Described and Captioned Media Program The following web page overviews our assistance in bullying prevention: Our government-funded offerings are unique, being geared students who are deaf or blind, with free-loan captioned and described educational videos.
No Bully
Committee for Children Committee for Children, the creators of the Second Step program, has just released the Second Step Bullying Prevention Unit. With online training for every adult in school, lessons for students, and resources for families, it is a comprehensive, research-based solution to bullying.
Cartoon Network: STOP BULLYING SPEAK UP Cartoon Network is committed to helping young people build the confidence and competence to speak up safely and effectively against bullying. STOP BULLYING: SPEAK UP has year-round presence across all screens; and targeted community and education partnerships providing bullying prevention information to youth and the adults who care for them.
The Bully Project
The Great American No Bull Challenge NO BULL motivates and inspires youth to speak up, affect change at the youth level and demonstrate leadership skills through the creation of short film and public service announcements as a platform for change.
Los Angeles Education Partnership
National Runaway Safeline 2013 Youth & Parent Tips Campaign - The National Runaway Safeline (NRS) is looking for tips for youth and parents from youth and parents. NRS is asking people to share their experiences by submitting their suggested tips at All submitted tips will be reviewed by an expert panel and then featured in November during National Runaway Prevention Month (NRPM) as a resource on our website at We're taking submissions between now and September 8th.
Public Advocacy for Kids