FUNducate Show Love No Bullying Initiative Event for National Bullying Prevention Month to Stop Bullying
October 2014 FUNducate LLC and All in One Books Nonprofit "Community Stand Against Bullying" event
Show Love No Bullying initiative
In the past bullying has always existed in some form within our communities. Bullying is steadily increasing and becoming an epidemic resulting in detrimental mental and emotional affects among our children and has even resulted in the increase in deaths.
Each community will need to stand up, address, and take steps to build social awareness in our children and take a stand against bullying.
As many as 160,000 students stay home during the day because they're afraid of being bullied. 60% of middle school students say that they have been bullied, while 16% of teachers believe that students are bullied.
Bullying was a factor in 2/3 of the 37 school shootings reviewed by the US Secret Service. 1 out of 4 teens are Bullied. 1 out of 5 children admits to being a bully, or doing some "Bullying." (Click here to see types of bullying)
Help Us Stop Bullying
We want to get the message out to our children about the various types of bullying and what they can do to overcome bullying situations. Therefore, as a supporter of this initiative you assist us in making a difference in education about bullying and assist us in putting the Show Love No Bullying book series in our children's hands.
Please help us to help you stop bullying! Receive free information and let us stand against bullying for you (We will inform the Dept of Education and your State Representatives of statistics in your County/State).
Report Bullying On Our Advocate Form
There are several types of bullying. Several children are dealing with daily either physical, verbal, indirect, social alienation, intimidation, and/or cyber bullying. Please click link for definition of the types of bullying.
Please indicate below the type of bullying that you or your child is experiencing. Also, let us know if this is occurring during school hours or on the bus, and if you have reported this occurrence to a school official.
We would like to gather information and also be a voice to notify the school, school district, and Department of Education of the results and /or non resolution.