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Take Action - Get Involved!

Bullying affects too many lives. Witnessing the damaging effects of bullying can inspire the generous spirit of people who want to make a difference, support the cause, and change something that has happened to too many for too long. Every day, students, parents, schools, and community members ask, “What can I do to help?” Here you will find ideas to contribute—such as signing the pledge, sharing a personal story, partnering to share information, or hosting a community event—every action taken makes a difference and changes lives.

Take our Survey

Students, we want to hear from you!

Have you ever experienced bullying?

Have you ever witnessed bullying?

Take the Pledge

One out of every five students report being bullied.
This might be happening to someone you know and care about. Unite with others, show that you care, and make a commitment for kindness, acceptance and inclusion.

Build Community Kit

The Kit ($30) is designed to encourage coming together for a common goal: to make stronger connections among each other to help prevent bullying and create a healthier environment for all. The kits contain a guide, poster, decals, action card, sticky notes, and handouts for at least 30 participants, with 2 design options to choose from. The content is appropriate for kids, teens, and adults.

Cartoon Network, Redraw Your World Without Bullying

Cartoon Network has partnered to raise awareness of identity-based bullying and share ways kids can act as allies to support one another. Check out all the resources, including the Bulletin Board Challenge!

Cartoon Network, Kids Take On Bullying Campaign

Cartoon Network is partnering to challenge K-12 students to take on bullying! Reach out to a teacher, parent or other trusted adult and develop your idea to TAKE ON BULLYING in your school, community, online or wherever you see it for a chance to turn your idea into action!

Cartoon Network, Include Someone Campaign

Inviting and involving others so that everyone feels welcomed, valued, and supported.
Cartoon Network has partnered with PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center to inspire kids across the nation to prevent bullying by practicing inclusion in the classroom, community, and at home. Download free resources and follow the 3 steps below for use in the classroom and through distance learning. An optional printed kit is also available at a nominal fee for handing out materials in the classroom.

Students with Solutions

Engaging youth to learn about bullying prevention through creative expression.
Opportunity for educators to share an activity or video with students. After participating in the activity or viewing the video, students can follow up with their solutions to addressing bullying expressed through writing, artwork or video and be eligible to receive awards and recognition.

The Unity Awards

Honoring outstanding contributions to the cause!
An annual event to recognize and celebrate a few of the many individuals who have made outstanding contributions to address and prevent bullying. This event is presented by The Faces of Change — The Youth Advisory Board of PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center.

Stories of Hope and Resilience

Submit a video, story, poem, artwork, or audio clip expressing how you feel about bullying.
Bullying can make you feel silenced, scared, and alone. By sharing your story, you can help let others know they’re not alone.


Recognizing community members who are leading change!
Thank you to the incredible supporters whose valuable contributions help achieve the mission of leading social change to build safe and supportive communities, which are together against bullying and united for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion.

I Care Because …

Tell us why YOU care about bullying prevention.
Everyone has a reason to care about bullying prevention, whether it's affecting you, your friends, your children, or your community.

Book Club

Stories are powerful ways to learn, explore, and connect.
See what books PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center is reading – and share them with your child, students, or friends!