EVENT DATE: Jun 02, 2013
For 2013, the Second Annual KIDSBRIDGE WALK2STOP BULLYING is reaching out to the entire community in an effort to raise awareness and resources to fight bullying. This year we're making it easier than ever to let all of our participants, volunteers and supporters get involved and help make a difference.
KIDSBRIDGE is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing imaginative, hands-on exhibits in the Kidsbridge Tolerance Museum, generously housed on campus at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) in Ewing. The Kidsbridge Tolerance Museum is the only youth-oriented tolerance museum in the United States, and each year more than 2,200 students and educators visit the ‘evidence- based’ Museum, learning strategies to better deal with the challenging issues facing today’s youth, including bullying and cyberbullying.
Let’s WORK TOGETHER — and WALK TOGETHER — to raise awareness of bullying and cyberbullying problems! A great opportunity to bring kids, families, educators, youth & service groups and members of the community together to raise both awareness and resources to STOP bullying and cyberbullying!
All are welcome to enjoy entertainment and food & beverage and receive a Kidsbridge wristband at the Walk!
Fundraising individuals will receive:
PRESENTING SPONSOR: WELLS FARGO
Honorary Co-Chairs: Michael Gluck, Gluck Walrath LLP
Al Maghazehe, Capital Health
Brenda Ross-Dulan, Wells Fargo
WALK Co-Chairs: Amy Gonzales and Stephanie Wall
LOCATION: On campus at The College of New Jersey, 2000 Pennington Road, Ewing, NJ
9:00 a.m. Registration opens; entertainment, food & beverage available
10:00 a.m. Start of the 2-mile KIDSBRIDGE WALK2STOP BULLYING
11:00 a.m. Open House and tours of the Kidsbridge Tolerance Museum @ TCNJ
ENTERTAINMENT: Performance by Grammy-Award-winning artist Miss Amy, DJ, Face Painter, Kids' Build activity from Home Depot, Kids' games, and much more!
More about Kidsbridge Tolerance Museum:
Tolerance Museum programs focus on: anti-bullying and anti-cyberbullying; diversity appreciation and respect for all persons; victim empowerment; conflict resolution and empathy; sensitivity to persons with disabilities; respect for LGBT persons and grassroots youth activism. In an fun, engaging environment, TCNJ students and professors and retired educators interact with visiting elementary, middle and high school students and educators. To date, more than 12,800 youth have visited the Museum. www.kidsbridgemuseum.org
To volunteer for the Walk click HERE
To visit the KIDSBRIDGE website click HERE
To print a WALK2STOP BULLYING flyer click HERE
To print a Walker Sponsor form click HERE
Questions? Contact Events with Ginger & Co. at 908-654-1560 or firstname.lastname@example.org