UPLIFT WITH KINDNESS CAMPAIGN
About the campaign
The UPLIFT WITH KINDNESS CAMPAIGN is a collaboration of families and organizations in Georgia working together to UPLIFT ALL CHILDREN. Every one of us play a huge role in making a difference that will positively impact their lives. Together we can accomplish anything.
Founded in 2006, PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center provides resources that are designed to benefit all students, including students with disabilities. It offers educators, students, families and individuals the tools they need to address bullying in schools, recreational programs or community organizations.
PACER’s annual National Bullying Prevention Month is sponsored each year in October by PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center, which is based in Minneapolis, MN. The center educates communities nationwide to prevent bullying through creative and interactive resources. Learn more about the PACER’s resources at www.PACER.org/bullying
Diamond In The Rough (DITR), is an award winning, faith-based, non-denominational, youth development and leadership program dedicated to "Transforming the world . . . One child, one family, one community at a time". DITR offers a variety of preventative programs and enrichment activities designed to build self-esteem, character, and leadership among girls of all ages. Their mission is to provide preparation, inspiration, nurturing and knowledge to girls ages 4-18 through group mentoring, leadership training, career coaching and family enrichment activities. - www.ditr.org
The Diamond In The Rough No Drama Campaign is a movement designed to raise awareness of the causes and effects of drama and to promote that living "Drama Free" is the way to be. The project is geared toward elementary, middle and high school students with a strong emphasis on girls. The goal of the campaign is to provide information, resources and support in an effort to reduce bullying, violence and risky behaviors. - www.mydramafreelife.com
* DONATIONS BENEFITING: Pacer’s National Bullying Prevention Center and Diamond In The Rough Youth Program.