Please give $1 or more to help protect kids from bullying through Kidpower’s Positive Peer program!
Positive relationships help to prevent violence, and our Positive Peer program provides skills that help kids to have more fun and less problems. Please take just two minutes to watch this video made by Escuela Popular's teachers and students about why it's important to bring Kidpower training to their school!
Thanks to a challenge grant from the Frieda Fox Family Foundation, we will be able to provide $10,000 in services for $5,000 in contributions.
Escuela Popular students in East San Jose made this video to help STOP bullying, abuse and violence for their entire school community. The funding will provide Kidpower bullying prevention and positive communication skills training for the kids, teachers and parents — to be incorporated into ongoing programs to keep their school a safe and fun place to learn! We will share this information worldwide so people everywhere will be able to benefit from the results of this project.
Please Donate $1, $5, $10, or More if Possible to Help Kids Be Safe, Stop Bullying, and Have Fun at School:
The purpose of this grant is to use social media and web-based tools, including our website and online donations, to help generate new donations to support services for children from low income families in one or more high-needs schools in the east San Jose area. Kidpower is partnering with Escuela Popular to bring training to their entire school. We will share the information from this pilot program worldwide so people everywhere can benefit.
Thank you for your support and to the Frieda Fox Family Foundation for this amazing opportunity to bring Kidpower’s Positive Peer program to children in need . The total $10,000 raised will provide workshops for the entire school community as well as educational materials and consulting for the teachers and staff to enable them to make Kidpower safety skills part of the school culture of respect, safety and fun for thousands of kids over the next 5 years and beyond.