Nominate Someone Who Has Helped Create Kinder, More Accepting and Inclusive Communities
Bullying is an issue that no child should ever have to endure. Fortunately, there are people who care and take action to make our schools, communities, and the web kinder, more accepting places.
At PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center Unity Awards, individuals and groups who have gone above and beyond to help address bullying will be honored. Students, parents, educators and community are invited and encouraged to get involved by submitting nominations to recognize those who have made outstanding contributions to help others. It might be for a well-known story of a person (or group) who made a difference on a national scale, or it might be for someone who simply made you feel like you’re not alone.
Submit a Nomination!
Nominations are being accepted through April 22, 2019 for four awards:
- The “Together Against Bullying” Award
- The “United for Kindness” Award
- The “United for Acceptance” Award
- The “United for Inclusion” Award
Awarded for taking action to prevent and change an attitude or behavior that physically or emotionally hurts, harms, or humiliates someone.
Awarded for demonstrating outstanding act(s) of being helpful to others.
Awarded for looking beyond the differences of others and celebrating what makes each person unique.
Awarded for outstanding acts to help others feel like they belong and know that they aren’t alone.
Nominations will be evaluated by “The Faces of Change” Youth Advisory Board who will determine the recipient(s) of each award.