National Bullying Awareness Day 2015

SUPERHERO WALK

JAGBullyProof will be linking 13 schools from two communities on National Bullying Awareness Day 2015!

Two learners from 12 Primary Schools and 1 High School, will set off on a Superhero inspired walk through the Bonteheuwel Community with its final destination being Central Park Primary School.

One final member will join our group, being JAGBullyProof’s Superhero. Unfortunately his armour which protects him from the nastiness of Bullying is missing and broken into 13 separate pieces. Each piece of armour has been found by each of our 13 schools, and all need to come together to restore his protection.

Each piece of armour has stripped our Superhero of important values such as Respect, Integrity, Leadership… which are all of utmost importance to being truly empowered to overcome Bullying and be the Superhero bystander for friends.

It is our mission to reach Central Park Primary School to reunite our Superheroes armour, and restore his power to overcome Bullying!

Helping us make this all possible is our BullyProof Vehicle Sponsors, Williams Hunt Cape Town, who will be supplying, in addition to our already BullyProofed Chevy Bakkie, 4 vehicles to ensure the children from the 13 school complete their mission of reuniting our Superheroes armour in the safest way possible

2014 National Bullying Awarerness Day

2014’s challenge for National Bullying Awareness Day, was the JAGBullyProof team is setting off to BullyProof THREE ENTIRE COMMUNITIES!

All 15 primary schools in Bonteheuwel, Kalksteen, and Charlesville joined JAGBullyProof to educate and unify children in their schools on standing up against Bullying.

24 July 2014 saw our team inspire and empower over 7,500 children in lead up to National Bullying Awareness Day 2014 being on Friday 25 July. Each school had on average 500 children joining hands, while standing in formation, spelling out various BullyProof messages. Over 6km of purple ribbon encircled children creating 15 “BullyProof Safe Zones” where Bullying was not welcome.

CHALLENGE ACCOMPLISHED AND EXCEEDED…

Ambassadors included Peter de Villers (Former Springbok coach), Thandokazi Sineke (Youth Mayor of Cape Town), Christian Stewart (Former Springbok and Canadian international rugby player), Carishma Busday (Model/Actress), Jade Fairbrother (Model/Actress), Marcel Brache (WP and Stormers rugby player) to name a few.

2013 National Bullying Awareness Day

JAGBullyProof together with its ambassadors took up the challenge to attend 18 primary schools across the Western Cape on Friday 26 July 2013, between 8am and 12pm, in an effort to spread the BullyProof message of Standing UP and not Standing BY to over

6000 young children.

CHALLENGE ACCOMPLISHED AND EXCEEDED…

Ambassadors included Peter de Villers (Former Springbok coach), Thandokazi Sineke (Youth Mayor of Cape Town), Christian Stewart (Former Springbok and Canadian international rugby player), Carishma Busday (Model/Actress), Jade Fairbrother (Model/Actress), Marcel Brache (WP and Stormers rugby player) to name a few.