For those of you that don’t know Lauren Findley (@laurenlf), you’re in for a treat! Lauren is a gym shark and fitness model who has grown an amazing following (over 500K followers on Instagram). She’s got abs of steel, killer triceps, but most importantly a really large and caring heart.
Many of you have been asking for book recommendations around bullying and spreading more kindness and compassion. You asked and No Bully has decided to deliver! Every month we will be showcasing a new book that we have vetted and that we believe aligns with the No Bully mission. Have recommendations? We’re listening! Follow us on Facebook and message us @nobully.
Thank you again to each school that entered the "I Have A Voice" national singing competition to make it a success. You have truly inspired us, as well as friends and supporters in the No Bully community across the country, with your heartfelt music video entries.
Our panel of judges has selected, by majority vote, Kinard Core Knowledge Middle School from Fort Collins, CO as the winner of the contest and the spring concert by Wé McDonald of NBC's The Voice.
Congratulations to Kinard Core Knowledge! You can view their winning entry here:
For the past two years, No Bully has been creating the Power of Zero, a campaign to reshape early learning for a connected world. It will provide early educators and families with the books and learning materials they need to prepare children starting at age zero for the technology and connectivity they will experience in their lives. We launched last Monday at the UNICEF offices in New York City.
Power of Zero, a global campaign led by No Bully to reshape early learning for a connected world, launched the first in its series of learning materials developed by Scholastic for young children (ages 5 to 8) at an event at UNICEF’s UN Plaza headquarters on Monday, March 11, 2019.
The No Bully Team is pleased to share that we received numerous, wonderful video entries for the "I Have A Voice" national singing competition, sponsored by Hasbro's BE FEARLESS BE KIND Initiative. Thank you to each student and every school that participated. We are impressed and deeply grateful for the effort and creativity you put into helping spread the song's message of kindness and inclusivity.
Phillies pitcher Aaron Nola made a surprise visit to a Shred Hate event at Hopkinson Elementary School on Wednesday, January 23rd. 400 students were assembled in the school's auditorium when sports broadcaster Tom McCarthy introduced Nola, causing the room to erupt.
I was bullied throughout my school years in the 1960’s because of my height, being a nerd, having a speech defect, being physically awkward, and having poor social skills. My bullying was mostly name calling, usually while changing classes, since I never attended school events. To this day it is too painful to say out loud the names that I was called.