STOMP Out Bullying™ is proud to work with
the following BULLYING PREVENTION PARTNERS
Over the years ABC has been incredibly generous supporting our efforts.
Partnered with ABC Family and their movie "Cyberbully" for the "Delete Digital Drama" Campaign
Aéropostale generously partnered with STOMP Out Bullying during National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month 2012 and 2013.
Alex & Ani
ALEX AND ANI generously donated 20% of the purchase price of a special edition Charity by Design bracelets designed especially for STOMP Out Bullying for the 2019 holiday season from November 2019 – January 2020.
Armour Foods partners with STOMP Out Bullying to promote Blue Shirt Day® World Day of Bullying Prevention 2014.
Bethpage Federal Credit Union
We are excited to announce that Bethpage Federal Credit Union has partnered with STOMP Out Bullying and the NY JETS for our in-school education, prevention and awareness campaign.
BIGGBY® COFFEE locations throughout the nation hosted a fundraiser through the month of October and encouraged their costumers and community members to round up change at registers across the nation. Through their efforts BIGGBY® COFFEE was able to raise over $25,000 in donations for STOMP Out Bullying.
Through a multi-year partnership, Bon-Ton has been the exclusive sponsor of the Blue Shirt Day® World Day of Bullying Prevention campaign and has generously donated to STOMP Out Bullying™.
California Pizza Kitchen locations throughout the country celebrated World Day of Bullying Prevention™ in October 2019 by donating 20% of the proceeds from that day. They raisedover $10,000 in support of STOMP Out Bullying programs.
Charlotte Russe was the retail partner for "Delete Digital Drama" who produced and sold "Delete" T-shirts. 100% of the t-shirt proceeds were donated to STOMP Out Bullying™.
Donates 25% of the gross profit of their purple bracelet from their kids collection to STOMP Out Bullying™.
Clearasil supports STOMP Out Bullying and its bullying prevention campaigns in its Skin Positivity Movement.
Dearfoams supports STOMP Out Bullying and its bullying prevention campaign in the Fall of 2015 with its new cozy slippers. Its #BeComfortableBeYou campaign, partners with STOMP Out Bullying to help kids be comfortable in their own skin.
Generously supports the efforts of STOMP Out Bullying™ and its HelpChat Line.
From 2013 -2014 FOX Sports Supports gnerously donated millions of dollars of in-kind PSA production, air time and promotion by FOX Sports anchors.
For the second year, Hollister has generously supported the STOMP Out Bullying™ HelpChat Line. In 2017 Hollister became STOMP Out Bullying's Blue Shirt Day® World Day of Bullying Prevention™ national partner.
106.7 Lite FM, 103.5 KTU, 104.2 WAXQ FM and Z100 have generously run our PSAs, interviewed us on their shows and have shown tremendous support. In 2011 STOMP Out Bullying™ was the Jingle Ball Charity.
Generously partnered in Seventeen Magazine "Delete Digital Drama" campaign with "Delete" t-shirts designed by Nanette LePore and STOMP Out Bullying™. In addition to JCP's donation, 100% of the sales from the Delete t-shirts were donated to STOMP Out Bullying™
Together with Writer/Director Pail Feig, J. Crew joined forces in Promoting Paul Feig's menswear line. Fifty percent of the proceeds of Paul Feig's silk pocketsquares will be donated to STOMP Out Bullying.
Just Dance and STOMP Out Bullying™ are partnering in joint social media campaigns and events driving home the message that It's OK to dance to your own beat
In order to increase awareness of the impact and prevalence of bullying, Lion Brand Yarn Company has partnered with STOMP Out Bullying. Their campaign #HatNotHate rallies consumers to knit or crochet blue hats and wear them proudly on World Day of Bullying Prevention, October, 2018, and throughout all of October, which is National Bullying Prevention Month.
Generously donated seven Variant Covers of their Super Hero Comic Books for National Bullying Prevention Month 2014
MCU has partnered with the NY JETS for our in-school education, prevention and awareness campaign, and their generous sponsorship of our Educator's Bullying Prevention Toolkit.
Entering the 6th year of our partnership with the New York JETS for our in-school education, prevention and awareness campaign, and their generous sponsorship of our Educator's Bullying Prevention Toolkit and a joint partnership for the Educator's Symposium.
A four year partnership with Pilot Pen of America and their FRIXION pen in a campaign to Erase Bullying..
A wonderful partnership with Planet Fitness to end bullying, an issue so many teens face today. Thanks to Planet Fitness’ new pro-kindness, anti-bullying initiative, The Judgement Free Generation, a unique 3-way partnership has been created whereby STOMP Out Bullying has developed proven bullying prevention tools for the after school setting, making them available to Boys & Girls Clubs sites across the U.S.
Sephora's Fifth Avenue store in NYC selected STOMP Out Bullying™ as their charity and made a generous donation to STOMP Out Bullying™.
Over the years Seventeen Magazine and Seventeen.com have geneously supported our efforts including the partnership of the "Delete Digital Drama" campaign in 2012 and 2013.
Generously donated a portion of the proceeds of their "Proud Mouth" campaign in 2012 and 2013.
Since STOMP Out Bullying's inception, Solid Space has generously donated Web Hosting services.
Starwood and STOMP Out Bullying™ have joined together in Prevention Partnership.
For the past nine years Tylie Jones has generously distributed our televised media materials for our Blue Shirt Day® World Day of Bullying Prevention PSA.
Wizards of the Coast
Wizards of the Coast supported National Block It Out Day 2019 across their social media channels, and donated $15,000 in support of vital STOMP Out Bullying programs.
Through a multi-year partnership, NERDS ran the "Be A NERD" campaign in 2011 with a generous donation to STOMP Out Bullying™. In its second and third years, the STOMP Out Bullying™ logo and URL appear on all NERDS boxes with a generous donation.
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