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Corporate & Celebrity Partners

Thank you to our corporate and celebrity partners who have provided support through financial contributions and outreach to prevent bullying and promote kindness, acceptance, and inclusion. Through the years, each of these companies and individuals, past and present, contributed to make it possible to reach millions with the message, “Together, we can create a world without bullying."

Features PACER’s National Bullying Prevention (NBPC) as a partner on the Safety Center Bullying Prevention Hub. Facebook also supports activities during National Bullying Prevention Month, providing outreach opportunities, sharing information to safety pages, and collaborating on resources.

Instagram supports activities during National Bullying Prevention Month, including participation in #KindComments, a global initiative to promote and foster positive engagement online. By transforming walls into colorful beacons of kindness, Instagram hopes to create positive spaces for people to gather in real life and encourage visitors to take a photo or video in front of the wall and share #KindComments on (and off) Instagram. PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center and Instagram are also offering Instagram Safety Tips, which are designed to help everyone stay safe and secure online.

EA’s Play to Give campaign advocates for inclusion, equality, and respect in the gaming community by hosting an annual charitable activation in the lead up to EA PLAY. PACER’s NBPC is one of the organizations partners to fight for inclusion in games and to prevent online bullying.

Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network’s Stop Bullying: Speak Up and PACER’s NBPC partnered to create “KidsTakeOnBullying Challenge.” This campaign, launched in September 2021, challenges kids across the country to take on bullying, encouraging them to reach out to a teacher, parent or other trusted adult and develop an idea to TAKE ON BULLYING in their school, community, online or wherever they see bullying for a chance to turn their idea into action!

Planet Fitness , Inc.
Planet Fitness partnered with PACER’s NBPC as part of their Judgement Free Generation® initiative to end bullying and promote kindness. Together, the partners developed (1) “Bullying Prevention 101,” an educational resource to help teachers, counselors, and other educators build environments defined by kindness, acceptance and inclusion; and (2) Students with Solutions, an initiative which invites students to share their creative interpretation of what it means to be intentional with acts of kindness, acceptance, and inclusion.

Stride’s mission is to help learners of all ages reach their full potential through inspired teaching and personalized learning. As an education company, Stride prepares students for their lifelong journey as learners and earners. That’s why they provide a suite of products and services that allow students to create the life they deserve. At the same time, Stride’s integrated offerings help educators and enterprises harness the potential of their students and employees.

Snappy Tomato Pizza
Snappy Tomato Pizza is partnering with PACER’s NBPC to share the importance of unity and encouraging everyone to get involved with National Bullying Prevention Month! Every Snappy Tomato Pizza customer will receive an Agent of Change Handbook with their order, which includes resources from PACER’s NBPC. In addition, with just a one dollar donation, any round medium or large Snappy Tomato pizza can have cheddar cheese added to it, transforming their pizza into a Unity Pizza. Every Unity Pizza donation will go directly to PACER’s NBPC.

Snappy Tomato Pizza also presents Operation Classroom, inviting all to nominate a deserving teacher or school for the chance to receive a FREE Create a World Without Bullying Resource Kit. Ten winning teachers and/or facilities will be selected. Nominations are encouraged via Facebook with #SnappyAgentofChange and #AgentofChangeEducator.

TLC supported bullying prevention through Give A Little TLC, a national, multiplatform campaign dedicated to empowering viewers to make a difference in the lives of those in need by giving a little of their time, support, and compassion.

Supported PACER’s NBPC to encourage young people to love the skin they’re in and confidently advocate for themselves and others.

Buckle  believes that good business starts with good people doing good and giving back. The company prioritizes this passion and genuine willingness to make an impact. Buckle chose to take a stand against bullying with PACER’s NBPC by contributing 10% of the purchase price from select Buckle Believes styles to support bullying prevention.

Dr. Seuss Enterprises and Random House Children’s Books
Dr. Seuss’s beloved character, The Cat in the Hat, has declared his candidacy for President of the United States in the 2016 election, as the one-and-only Kids’ Candidate. The Cat in the Hat wants to show kids that every vote counts and every voice matters. On the ballot are his supporters and their causes, including “kindness for all” sponsored by PACER’s NBPC.

PACER’s NBPC partnered with the “design online” custom T-shirt company as part of its “Be Good to Each Other” campaign. The campaign takes a stand for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion, using the power of custom-designed T-shirts to do good.

Duck® Tape
Duck® brand partnered with PACER’s NBPC to spread the word with its “Stick Together™” program as part of its annual “Rolls Across America” Tour and a limited edition “Together Against Bullying” print tape.

Disney’s Choose Kindness Campaign
PACER’s NBPC partnered with Disney’s “Choose Kindness” campaign. “Choose Kindness” was a bullying prevention campaign created by Disney ABC Television Group’s efforts to encourage children and parents across the nation to help put an end to bullying by choosing kindness.

Life is Strange, by Square Enix
Square Enix, the publisher of the video game “Life is Strange,’ partnered with PACER’s NBPC for the #EverydayHeroes campaign, in which individuals can share their own stories about bullying, stand up for what’s right, or help a friend in need.

Green Giant
Encouraged parents to “raise a giant.” This campaign was created to help parents raise kids who are strong physically and emotionally, to help children learn how to address, prevent, and stop bullying.

Partnered with PACER’s NBPC on the “Lace Up Against Bullying” campaign to encourage everyone to take steps to prevent bullying.

IBM - Activity Kits for Volunteers
IBM’s Activity Kits provide everything you need—from step-by-step instructions to supporting materials like presentations—to conduct a volunteer activity at a school or community organization.

Explore the dangers and signs of cyber-bullying with parents or teachers.
This one-hour presentation for adults discusses kids' online activities, the growing phenomenon of cyberbullying, how parents or teachers can recognize its symptoms and intervene, and tips for helping kids.

Holiday Hill Enterprises, LLC
The Legend of Spookley the Square Pumpkin and screenings of Spookley the Square Pumpkin , the movie

About: Spookley the Square Pumpkin and Holiday Hill Farm
The Legend of Spookley the Square Pumpkin, written and created by Joe Troiano, tells the story of a square pumpkin living in a round pumpkin patch on Holiday Hill Farm. Spookley faces ridicule from his patch-mates, but overcomes this when he saves the patch from being destroyed by a terrible storm. All the pumpkins in the patch learn that the things that make you different are the things that make you special. Visit the resources that accompany the book or video.

Before Rudolph and his luminous red nose saved the holidays, he was teased for being different from his peers. Celebrate our differences by embracing what makes each of us Shine Bright.

The Adventure Park is inviting kids, teens, adults, and groups to have a zip and a climb in the trees while raising awareness for bullying prevention! The six Adventure Parks operated nationally by Outdoor Ventures will donate a portion of the proceeds for every climber at the Parks during the month of October 2019.

Grubhub (Twin Cities), the nation’s leading online and mobile food ordering company, is partnering with PACER’s NBPC to increase awareness for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion.

HopeLine From Verizon
HopeLine from Verizon sponsored the “What Parents Should Know About Bullying’ online curriculum, the Mall of America event featuring Bethany Mota, and bullying prevention workshops for parents.

Bethany Mota
YouTube superstar Bethany Mota knows firsthand the pain and feelings of isolation that can happen as a result of being targeted by bullying. Bethany and PACER’s NBPC teamed up to send a powerful message to young people.

Nick Vujicic
Motivational speaker and author Nick Vujicic teamed up with PACER’s NBPC during National Bullying Prevention Month in October 2019 to talk about bullying prevention at schools and on social media, where he has millions of followers. Vujicic was born without arms and legs and has faced countless challenges and obstacles throughout his life, including being the target of bullies.

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