Don your blue shirt for World Day of Bullying Prevention™ on October 7th. Held annually, this campaign strives to change the culture and eradicate bullying by stomping it out.

don your blue shirts for bullying prevention

Coinciding with October’s National Bullying Prevention Month, the first Monday every October is designated for the world to stress the importance of bullying prevention and to rally together as one voice to eradicate bullying.  This initiative was created 12 years ago by the Stomp Out Bullying™ Organization and Blue Shirt Day®. Both are initiatives of the Stomp Out Bullying Organization.

BLUE UP TO CHANGE THE CULTURE

To help the word turn Blue on this day, schools, students and communities participate together around the globe! Whether you purchase a limited edition T-Shirt from the Stomp Out Bullying Organization or wear a Blue Shirt of your choosing, the impact and outcome will be the same.

In further support of this awareness campaign and of Blue Shirt Day, Media Sponsor Billboardwith the support of Stomp Out Bullying — asks artists around the globe to send a much-needed message of love and a call-to-action to end bullying in schools.  To hear voices in unison, stand up against bullying and cyber bullying.

don your blue shirt for bullying prevention

National Bullying Prevention Month is sponsored by the Pacer Organization and by PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center. The annual campaign unites communities around the world to educate and raise awareness of bullying prevention. There are many ways to participate this month and show your support. Next up is Unity Day on October 21st.

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So don your blue shirts today for the World Day of Bullying Prevention and keep the momentum going all year but, especially in October during the annual awareness campaign for bullying prevention. Every initiative on bullying prevention has socially sparked® our lives. Together we bring hope that the world can become bullying-free. — We are forever Socially Sparked!  Tweet us @sosparkednews