Love this charity. Their website offers a wealth of information for parents and kids. It has been so helpful to my children and me. My daughter had an issue at school and Stomp Out Bullying helped us resolve it. They are very hands on and I am so thankful I found them.
We are adult who grew up with untreated extreme social anxiety.. we got bullied only after we started working.. and only thing we knew is to cry and avoid. It feels nice to see stomp out bullying around.. we use it as shield and info so we pick client served.. and NO being bullied didn’t make us strong.. we rt stomp out bullying and pray it helps children and adults both
My son has been bullied and the school did nothing to help. I didn't know who to contact until I found Stomp Out Bullying online. This charity came through and really helped me with resources and suggestions. Now my son is free from being bullied. Hoping it stays that way but at least I know who to contact if the bullying begins again. I am so thankful to Stomp Out Bullying!
As a educator I am always searching for anti-bullying resources. There are several organizations in the country that offer this information but the best resource is Stomp Out Bullying. They are a wealth of information and offer common sense approaches on bullying and cyberbullying prevention. Additionally they educate against racism and hatred, as well as homophobia and LGBTQ discrimination. I often incorporate their information into my lesson plans and use their educators' bullying prevention toolkit This organization is high on my list and I thank them for helping me to educate my students.
I've been looking for a charity to make a donation to and a friend of mine told me about Stomp Out Bullying. Every thing I have read on their website is so impressive. A school principal who is a friend of mine also told me about their work. After much research, I am convinced that this is the charity I want to help. Keep up the great work Stomp Out Bullying.
While their executive director makes $100,000 per year, one-eighth of the entire budget, the few chatline hours that are offered are seldom manned. The charity gloms on to virtually every celebrity that has uttered the word, "bully." Why an organization would choose the word "stomp" is bewildering, as many people, including children, have been stomped to death by bullies. And when the Disney movie, Cyberbully with Emily Osment was aired, they insisted their their phone number by the only one tagged on the movie. Their phone number was only active as a hotline for a few days. Still, they insist that they are the premier organization for bullying victims, somehow better than all the rest. Beware of fake the many fake 5-star reviews.
This person is not a volunteer with our organization. He works for another organization.
As an educator, I feel that Stomp out Bullying uses the best practices when it comes to bullying prevention. I've used their educator's bullying prevention toolkit. It is complete and helps to teach students social emotional learning that teaches empathy. Teaching is not an easy job. Any additional tools we get to prevent bullying is a gift. Thank you Stomp Out Bullying.
As a high school teacher, I see bullying. I had two students who were making things very difficult for each other. My administrator suggested I pit the aggressor against the victim to force an apology. It didn't work. In fact it made things worse for both students. I contacted Stomp Out Bullying for advice. It worked like a charm. Not only does the victim feel better, but I arranged with the aggresor's parents to get her help. Today, life in my class is calmer and without stress. The aggressor has received the appropriate help and is a much happier and kinder teenager thanks to this wonderful organization.
Our son had been havng problems at school. He didn't want to attend school anymore. It's been a challenge at best. We went to Stomp Out Bullying for assistance and they guided us in the right direction. We were able to get help for our son who now attends school every day and is no longer fearful of his aggressors. Thank you Stomp Out Bullying.
My niece knows I donate to charities and has been telling me about Stomp Out Bullying. I finally got a chance to review this group and am surprisingly impressed. I had not heard of them before but all of the research I've done on this group far exceeds my expectations. I will be making a donation Stomp Out Bullying.
Incredible organization. Love their campaigns and the work they do. Wish they would find another retailer other than Hollister to work with, but other than that, this charity is the real deal!
It is such an honor to serve on the Advisory Board for this incredible organization making such a huge difference in the lives of kids and teens. No one deserves to be bullied and Stomp Out Bullying gives a voice to those that struggle with the horrible effects of bullying and cyber bullying. Ross and her team are amazing, and I salute them for the invaluable work that they do.
I am not one to write reviews unless the reviews are honestly warranted. My neighbor's 15 year old daughter has been bullied online and because of it she has suffered severe depression. They didn't know what to do or who to talk to until someone told them about Stomp Out Bullying. If I hadn't seen the difference in this young girl, I would not have believed it. This group helped her in such an impactful way. Groups like this one should be commended for the real work they do and the difference they make in the lives of our kids.
Stomp Out Bullying just saved my niece's life. No one in the family knew that she was suicidal. This organization is a Godsend! Thank you from the bottom of our hearts!!!
Last month i found out my daughter was being cyberbullyed. I didn't even know she had an online account. She just turned 13 and apparently has had her online account for 2 years and that's how long she was being bullied. I called stomp out bullying immediately and they told us just how to handle this. My daughter's feelings are very bruised but we'll get through this. I am now a much better educated parent thanks to stomp out bullying.
My 14 year old daughter was the target of a mean and vicious girl. The school was not helpful and my daughter was in tears every day. She was afraid and nervous and after reading about all of the teen suicides due to bullying, I was more than concerned. I contacted Stomp Out Bullying and they gave me advice on how to deal with the school and get their help. By not going to the school like a crazy mama bear, and instead asking for their help, the school was able to not only get the bullying to stop, but they got help for the mean girl. Believe it or not,my daughter and this mean girl are now good friends! Thank you Stomp Out Bullying. This could not have happened without your guidance,
So many charities out there. One doesn't know which ones to support. But my neighbor told me about Stomp Out Bullying and the great work they do to keep kids safe. Not only do they keep kids safe, they're against homophobia, racism hatred and LGBTQ discrimination. I studied their site thoroughly. This group is the real deal! I am proud to be a supporter of this charity!
My two sons can't stop talking about a commercial on TV with kids at school and an English character like George Washington. I watched and saw the commercial. It's from an anti-bullying group called Stomp Out Bullying. Read up on them. They are amazing. My boys have not been bullied but we are going to participate in their campaign to raise awareness and make sure bullying doesn't happen on our school. Thank you Stomp Out Bullying.
I wrote to this charity in hopes that they would help with the problem of my child being bullied. I had nowhere to turn and was at the point of hysteria. I wrote to Stomp Out Bullying and they gave me great advice and resouces. No one has done this for me in the past year. i now have hope that my child will be safe at school and know how to deal with bullies. This is the only charity i will ever count on!
My kids kept telling me about blue shirt day and i thought, great another charity making money on t-shirts, But then i realized the whole school and other schools were participating and holding events to raise awareness. Very impressive. My kids proudly wore their blue shirts and came home telling us about what they learned in school on how not to bully! Great charity! They actually learned what not to do!