I Am a Supporter
How can I get involved to help support Be Strong?
Be Strong needs YOU and thanks YOU – Working with young people is among the most rewarding and important roles in society. We need the survivors, the allies, the bullies, supporters, corporate professionals, stakeholders and volunteers to unite for us all to experience restorative change. We know that it can be overwhelming to know what to do when faced with bullying – so we have crafted this simple checklist to get you started in positively disrupting your home, your classroom, your school, and your community!
Click on the links below to like, follow, or subscribe to Be Strong’s social platforms today.
- Follow Us on Social Media
- Share from our website by using the sharing icons on the left side of every page
- Volunteer with Crisis Text line
- Host/Volunteer at one of our events
- Make a donation
- Share Your Story
- Add Be Strong to your companies’ corporate employee giving program
Resources for Supporters
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By challenging negative self-talk and replacing pessimistic thoughts with more positive ones, people can learn how to become more optimistic.
Abuse, neglect, social isolation and the pressures of online learning: the coronavirus has robbed many students of valuable face-to-face guidance.
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