Mission: Founded on May 1st 2011, the “End to Cyber Bullying” (ETCB) is a non-profit organization aimed at combating cyberbullying in this modern age of advancing technology.
Our mission: To raise awareness, provide a plethora of cyberbullying information, offer compassionate, approachable services, and mobilize students, educators, parents, and others in taking efforts to end cyberbullying. ETCB will work to create a global social networking arena where all users can feel safe and positive.
Results: A federally certified 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, ETCB has reached and brought together over 4.5 million individuals across the globe with over 1,200 volunteers, establishing initiatives in not just the US, but in nations such as China, Great Britain, and Australia. Presenting to school assemblies and assisting over 2,500 cyberbullying victims - ETCB has been a platform for students to lead, educate and be the change.
Target demographics: cyber bullying victims across the world
Direct beneficiaries per year: 30,000 cyberbullying victims and impacted 4.5 million people across the world.
Geographic areas served: New York
Programs: Raising awareness about cyber bullying via the web, schools, and communities.
Allowing our volunteers and officers to continue reaching out to students, parents, and educators.
Aiding in the development of our cyber bullying database, that anyone can look to for ANY and ALL information regarding cyber bullying. This ranges from the basics (what cyber bullying is), to up-to-date national and state legislative actions and effective preventative measures that individuals can take.
Maintaining our readily accessible online advocacy center, where users can report cases of cyber bullying and receive effective preventative advice on cyber bullying.
Maintaining our ETCB certified online assistance professional center
Continuing our workshops for individuals to learn more about cyber bullying and steps they can take to prevent and limit it.
Allowing ETCB to continue our cyber bullying based events.
Strengthening our petition statements and government outreach literature.
As a volunteer for non-profits, End to Cyber Bullying organizations far exceeded my expectations and gave me the opportunity to learn various different jobs involved. For example, I was able to gain an ample amount of experience in managing social media network by posting media on Facebook and Twitter, writing blog posts, and responding to those in need. I also gained practical people-skills by participating in conferences and working together with other motivated volunteers. In addition, I was exposed to the increasing number of problems associated with the growth of our personal lives online, and became more aware of the work needed to done to counteract cyberbullying. Through my involvement with ETCB, I recognized some of my personal mistakes of ignoring bullying online, and developed a more active stance against it.