About Be Strong
Be Strong is a national non-profit organization focused on preventing bullying. Be Strong uses a comprehensive student-led approach to: encourage ALL students to reveal challenges they are facing, train and equip students to become more resilient, arm them with access to local services and organizations that can help, and unite them to change their families, schools, communities, states, and country.
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Press Kit Downloads
- NYC DOE Support Letter – Be Strong
- NYC Mayor’s Office Support Letter – Be Strong LIVE Tour
- California Department of Education Support Letter – Be Strong
- Los Angeles County Office of Education Support Letter – Be Strong
- Gov. Rick Scott Support Letter – Stand Strong USA
- Congresswoman Ileana Ross-Leighton Support Letter – Stand Strong USA
- Miami-Dade County Public Schools Endorsement Letter – Stand Strong USA
Our Current News & Press Releases
From South Charleston, West Virginia, meet Allie, Be Strong’s August 2018 Student of the Month!
Tori is our Student of the Month for July! Check out how our Indiana State Rep chooses to be strong.
“Just looking at other people and seeing that they’re not sitting alone, it makes me feel 100 times better,” said Allie Rosen, who’s the Student State Representative for [Be Strong].
As the years passed, getting bullied resulted in me becoming a bully. As a bully I was always ostracized from clubs, gatherings, and school assemblies which was like adding gas to fire.
We Dine Together is an initiative within Be Strong’s Student State Representative program, and is taking off at Oregon City High School.
Check out how Arkansas State Rep Evelyn, our Be Strong Student of the Month for June, chooses to be strong.
Check out how New Jersey State Rep Grace, our Be Strong Student of the Month for May, chooses to Be Strong.
Check out how North Carolina State Rep Ammarah, our Be Strong Student of the Month for March, chooses to spread a message of and positivity.
“In the end, my friend, it all comes down to relationships. And I think if more people worked on that, this world would be a much better place.” – Congressman Tom Rice
“I don’t believe guns kill people… Our actions and our words spark people into picking up weapons.” – Theresa