The Outreach is designed for individuals who are looking for resources about how to deal with with a bullying situation; whether it be a situation they're in or someone else's. Jumper and his team are determined and committed to helping those in need!
The Human Rights Campaign is the nation's largest civil rights organization that focuses its support of equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals. HRC strives for a world where lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals are fully accepted at home, the work place and within every community. With more than 1.5 million members as well as supporters in the United States HRC's vision of equality is on its way to becoming a reality. Visit HRC's webpage, HumanRightsCampaign.org, for more information about this beautiful organization.
It Gets Better Project is a beautiful organization that is committed to and encourages lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth around the globe that it does get better. IGBP understands the difficulties of growing up, especially for the youth who identify with LGBT, and they know that through all the bullying, intolerance and hate one can feel alone. This organization was created to show the youth LGBT people the levels of happiness, potential and positivity their lives will reach - if they can just get through their teen years. IGBP is here to create and inspire change throughout the world. Visit their webpage, ItGetsBetter.org, for helpful resources and more information.
End to Cyber Bullying is a non-profit organization that aims to end the bullying that takes place online in today's modern age of advancing technology. End to Cyber Bullying is the world's leading source for up-to-date cyber bullying information, news and prevention tips. As our society holds a more prominent presence online, cyber bullying has become one of the world's worst type of bullying. ETCB's mission is to inspire and show others ther there are tangible and practical actions that anyone can take against cyber bullying. ETCB has continuously reached out to millions of online users all across the world in an effort to dismantle cyber bullying all together. You can learn more about ETCB at their webpage, EndtoCyberBullying.org for information and resources on how to stop cyber bullying in its tracks.
PFLAG is the nation's largest family and ally organization. They continue to unite individuals who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer with families, friends and allies. Committed to improving the equality of the LGBTQ community with families, friends and allies, PFLAG has a threefold mission of support, education and advocacy. With over 350 chapters and more than 200,000 members and supporters, PLAG is a prominent LGBTQ organization all across the U.S. Visit their webpage, PFLAG.org, for support and resources.
The Bully Project is an international movement that aims to transform kids' lives for the better. The Bully Project wants to change the ways of the bullying culture into one of empathy and compassion and hopes to reach that tipping point all across the world very soon. They have started the 10 million kid campaign with their primary objective targeted at educating kids on bullying and how it ultimately effects and individual's life. Currently, The Bullying Project has reached 3.6 million kids in over 3,000 cities and 7 countries; and those number continue to rise daily. Check out their webpage, TheBullyingProject.com, for many helpful tools and resources designed for not just kids but as well as for adults.
The Matthew Shepard Foundation is set to empower individuals everywhere to embrace and accept diversity and advocate change in the world. The Matthew Shepard Foundation aims to erase the hate in the world and replace it with understanding, compassion and acceptance. This amazing organization wishes to foster a more caring and just world for everyone. Visit their webpage for more information at MatthewShepard.org