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I am recently retired from 39 years in the construction industry. Having taught school for a few years in the early '70s, I was thrilled to be asked to join the board of this amazing organization - YFIOB.... more
Juliana Piova wrote:
I've found in Kidpower people who really are doing something to change life for better and not only in their own neibourhood but... more »
- Santa Cruz, CA
I started supporting this terrific organization in the Fall of 2011 and I continue to support it wholeheartedly to date. Their... more »
- Seattle, WA
Equality Florida is the hardest working social justice non-profit in the State of Florida. They are providing the tools to let... more »
- St. Petersburg, FL
As the School Principal at Gulf Avenue Elementary School in Wilmington, CA, I was delighted to learn of the Bullying Assembly... more »
- Los Angeles, CA
Community Matters wrote:
After working in the risk management field for the past 25 years I find it highly unusual to find an organization like Community... more »
- Santa Rosa, CA
Bullying in schools has been a topic often overlooked and attributed to juvenile behavior. These behaviors have been noted... more »
- Plano, TX
I was employed at Just Say YES (through a grant) for two years. My main role was audio/video technician and presenter for the... more »
- Dallas, TX
As a volunteer for non-profits, End to Cyber Bullying organizations far exceeded my expectations and gave me the opportunity to... more »
- New York, NY
Stop Bullying Now Foundation Inc is now one of the top K-12 anti bullying organizations in the country because of the number of... more »
- Palm Beach Gardens, FL
- Beverly, MA
Social psychology research has shown that among all factors that influence long-term youth development, socialization in peer groups is the most critical contributor. Unfortunately, not all peer-to-peer social interactions, which mostly take place in schools, are safe and healthy for every youth. Between 1 out of 4 and 1 out of 3 students in the United States report being a victim of bullying, in forms of physical, verbal or social abuse. Bullying causes a great amount of emotional distress in the victim, which may give rise to poor academic performance, low self-esteem, depression, identity struggles, or in some cases, suicide.
Ensuring a safe school environment is a collaborative effort of educators, policy makers, parents, and young people themselves. Organizations on GreatNonprofits are dedicated to stopping bullying and helping create safe environments. Many organizations focus on researching best practices in bullying prevention, and increasing awareness through anti-bullying campaigns - educating teachers, parents, children or teens to better identify and respond to bully behavior. Moreover, numerous organizations strive to address the root causes of bullying, such as aggression, racial prejudice, gender and sexuality discrimination, body image issues, and aim to promote compassion and empathy.
With increased accessibility to technology for the younger generation, cyberbullying has become the newest focus of many nonprofits in our directory. They strive to teach safe and responsible ways to use the Internet and social media.
Join us today to fight bullying by volunteering at or donating to an anti-bullying nonprofit near you!