Help Stop Cyber Bullying
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Did you know that more than 40 percent of all kids have been bullied online? To make matters worse, 1 in every 4 of those victims has had it happen twice – or even multiple times.
The sad truth is that cyberbullying is much more common than we'd liked to admit. It's seen in every school, every community and every city in America, and it's time we put a stop to it.
Want to do your part? Then join us in the #WeAllHaveOne campaign.
The #WeAllHaveOne campaign is a powerful movement that's sweeping the nation. Using hashtags like #WeAllHaveOne #ExpelCyberBullying and #ExpelRacism, thousands of children, teens and parents are teaming up to promote awareness of cyberbullying on the web.
And you can join in, too. By purchasing this t-shirt or hoodie, you're not only bringing awareness to an all-too-important cause, you're also helping fund an important organization called Kaleidoscope 4 Kids.
Kaleidoscope 4 Kids is dedicated to helping bullied, abused and neglected families and children in the Chicago area, and with your help, they can take steps to eradicating cyberbullying from our country.
Do your part.
Raise awareness by using the #WeAllHaveOne hashtag on social media, and make your donation today. The campaign will expire April 14, so act fast.
Learn more about the #WeAllHaveOne campaign in the Columbus Dispatch.