Over the last five years, our United Against Bullying program has grown from a small local campaign to a national anti-bullying program to help create safer and respectful environments for children and adults. As we continue growing the movement, we are meeting a lot of wonderful organizations who are doing inspiring work in their communities promoting kindness and empowering kids.
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It is with great pleasure that we announce the winners of this year’s annual United Against Bullying Grant Program. We received 121 applications, many of which were creative, well-planned, and ambitious. All of the proposals had the students’ safety and well-being clearly defined as a priority. This made the selection process both exciting and very difficult.
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The 2017 United Against Bullying Grant Program launched Monday, January 9, and closes Friday, March 31. Every Tuesday during this period we highlighted a program with anti-bullying resources to inspire the grant writer. There was something for everyone: parents, educators, bus drivers, and students. We featured websites offering a wide range of videos, handouts, educational guides, training programs, even age-specific sites with engaging content, all including free resources.
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The UAB Grant Program is open to all school districts and organizations working with students in Canada and the US until March 31st, 2017. With a United Against Bullying (UAB) grant, you have the power to change students’ lives, moment by moment.
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There are 13,500 children in Glendale Elementary School District #40, Arizona, covering 16 square miles. It’s a diversified population. School bus rules are translated into multiple languages such as Spanish, Farsi, Arabic, French, Swahili, Nepali, Nigerian, and Karin.
This diverse community has a champion – a passionate administrator, Doris Bean, Manager of Transportation, who says ‘she is driven’ to help the kids. Bean applied for the 2015 United Against Bullying Grant and was awarded $3,500 for the development and implementation of an educational anti-bullying program. The grant enabled Bean to offer three very different events to her community in the 2016-2017 school year.
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Safe Fleet and its brands invite you to apply for a United Against Bullying (UAB) Grant to empower young people in your community to end bullying. The Grant Program is open to all school districts and organizations working with students in the United States and Canada. The application process is open from Monday, January 9, 2017 until Friday, March 31st, 2017.
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I am inspired each time I interview a previous grant winner. Often it’s a single person – a teacher, a counsellor, or a transportation manager – who has positively affected students in their entire school or school district supported by funds from the UAB grant program.
Some of these stories are on the UAB blog and we encourage you to read a few for ideas and inspiration.
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