The Don't Be a Bully Project is a social responsibility campaign that uses entertainment to combat bullying in middle schools and completely halt youth suicide due to bullying.
Our 2021-22 fundraising goal is $500,000 so that we can bring the Don't Be a Bully Project: "We Don't Do That Here!" to 15 cities nationwide. Become a sponsor of the Don't Be a Bully Project by making a donation of any size here:
Bullying occurs in every school in America.
NWP's Don't Be a Bully (DBAB) Project shines a light on and changes behavior by presenting a 30-minute musical production - "We Don't Do That Here!" - to middle school students around the country. The production is paired with 5-10 minute classroom skits. The musical and skits are designed to reflect current bullying strategies and behavior, then show, real-time, how the behavior can effectively be changed.
The production empowers the victims, turns the onlookers into “Interveners,” and redirects the "Culprits" - the person(s) who are engaging in the bully behavior. The DBAB Project also creates awareness for teachers, counselors and administrators who may be blind to situations going on right in front of them.
Our first 15 Target Cities are:
1) Washington, DC
2) Los Angeles
10) New Orleans
14) Las Vegas
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