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Featured Partners

National PTA - Connect For Respect

Bully Bust
The Bully Project
No Bull
Bully Bust Bystander Revolution Do Something dot Org

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 PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center on their social media channels, e-newsletters, 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.

2019 National Partners

Advocates for Victims of Abuse

Raising awareness, bystander intervention, speak up for yourselves and others!

American Association on Health and Disability

American Council for School Social Work

We will forward information from PACER on bullying and related topics. In addition, we will promote October and its related activities in an effort to share ideas on how to reduce and eliminate bullying. This will be done via our website, newsletter, and social media platforms.

American Dance Therapy Association

American School Counselor Association

Center for Cyber Safety and Education

Council for Exceptional Children

Council of Administrators of Special Education

Disability Rights Education & Defense Fund

Learning Disabilities Association of America

National Association of School Psychologists

National Association of State Directors of Special Education (NASDSE)

National Autism Association

The National Autism Association provides bullying prevention information to families and service providers. Each year, we feature a campaign entitled #OddToo, which is based on the writing of a young boy with autism who has experienced bullying. NAA also advocates for suicide research and prevention resources for the autism community.

National Council on Independent Living

National Eating Disorders Association

National PTA

National PTAs Connect for Respect (C4R) initiative guides PTAs and families through helping to improve school climate and reduce bullying.

National Runaway Safeline

National Rural Education Association

National Safe Place Network

NSPN will share information to help raise awareness. In addition, we are working to create resources.

No Bully

No Bully is the most comprehensive professional development proven to eradicate bullying and enhance school culture. Through our evidence-based prevention and intervention program, we have a 90% success rate of solving incidents of bullying.

Public Advocacy for Kids

Safe Place®

Safe Place® will share information to help raise awareness. In addition, we are working to create resources.

School Social Work Association of America

The Bully Project

The National School Climate Center

Through our leading school climate survey, the Comprehensive School Climate Inventory (CSCI), we have given voice to more than 400,000 students, parents and staff in 22 states across the country. These voices are shaping the future of our schools in ways that will make long-standing positive changes. Our national bullying prevention campaign, Upstander Alliance, provides free resources and classroom-based tools to students and educators. More than 4,500 schools have used these resources since the campaign began in 2009. Our work with Special Olympics, Unified Strategy, and long-standing partnership with Winston Preparatory Schools continue to prioritize social inclusion, and ensure success for students with disabilities in school and beyond.

Tourette Association of America

The Tourette Association's National Awareness 5K Run/Walk on May 19 raises awareness about Tourette Syndrome and Tic Disorders, and raises funds for the Tourette Association of America's medical and research programs, community programs and support. Raising awareness for TS helps fight the stigma and lowers bullying of children and adults managing this condition.

Tyler Clementi Foundation

The Tyler Clementi Foundation’s mission is to end online and offline bullying in schools, workplaces, and faith communities. We believe that progress can be made through education, advocacy, research, and collaboration among diverse communities. Our unique approach of programs promoting pro-active and positive action mixes prevention, remediation and larger systemic change, encouraging individuals and communities to take a stand against bullying from #Day1. - Upstander Pledge - #Day1 Campaign - Public Policy - Upstander Speaker Series - True Faith Doesn’t Bully - Tyler’s Suite - Tyler Clementi Center at Rutgers - Workplace Training - Youth Ambassadors - Public Opinion Research.