Welcome to the official event page for National Anti-Bullying Unity Day-Wear Orange, hosted by First Baptist Church of Strongsville Garbc. This event aims to raise awareness about the impact of bullying and promote unity within our community. Join us as we come together to make a difference and create a safe and inclusive environment for everyone.
About National Anti-Bullying Unity Day-Wear Orange
National Anti-Bullying Unity Day-Wear Orange is celebrated every year on October 19th. It is a day dedicated to standing up against bullying and supporting individuals who have been affected by it. Wearing orange on this day has become a symbol of solidarity and a way to show support for the cause.
At First Baptist Church of Strongsville Garbc, we believe in the power of unity and the importance of creating a kind and compassionate community. We are strong advocates for promoting positive social interactions and preventing bullying in all its forms. This event serves as an opportunity for people from all walks of life to come together, educate themselves, and take action against bullying.
Date: October 19, 2022
Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: First Baptist Church of Strongsville Garbc, 123 Main Street, Strongsville, OH
What to Expect
Our National Anti-Bullying Unity Day-Wear Orange event promises to be an engaging and informative experience for all attendees. Here's a glimpse of what you can expect:
Speakers and Workshops
We have invited renowned experts in the field of bullying prevention and community building to share their knowledge and insights. Our speakers will address various topics related to bullying, its impact on individuals and communities, and effective strategies to combat it. Additionally, interactive workshops will provide practical tools and resources to empower participants in their anti-bullying efforts.
Community Engagement Activities
We believe in the power of community involvement and the positive impact it can have. Our event will feature various activities and initiatives that encourage engagement and promote unity. These may include art installations, community projects, and group discussions focused on fostering empathy, respect, and understanding.
Explore our resource fair, where you will find a selection of organizations, support groups, and resources dedicated to bullying prevention and victim support. Discover valuable information, connect with like-minded individuals, and learn about local initiatives addressing bullying within our community.
Ready to take a stand against bullying and promote unity in our community? Here are some ways you can actively participate:
1. Wear Orange
Show your support by wearing orange on National Anti-Bullying Unity Day. Join thousands of individuals worldwide who will be proudly displaying their orange attire to raise awareness and stand united against bullying.
2. Spread the Word
Help us amplify our message by sharing information about the event on your social media platforms and within your network. Encourage your friends, family, and colleagues to join us and be part of this impactful initiative.
3. Attend the Event
Mark your calendars for October 19th and make sure to join us at First Baptist Church of Strongsville Garbc. This event is open to everyone, and your presence will support our collective effort to combat bullying and foster a culture of kindness and inclusivity.
Interested in contributing your time and skills to make this event a success? We are always in need of dedicated volunteers who can assist with event planning, logistics, and various on-site tasks. Contact us to inquire about volunteer opportunities.
If you believe in our cause and would like to contribute, consider making a donation to support our anti-bullying initiatives. Every contribution, no matter how big or small, helps us create a safer and more inclusive community.
Join First Baptist Church of Strongsville Garbc on National Anti-Bullying Unity Day-Wear Orange and be part of a movement that stands against bullying and promotes unity. Together, we can create a world where everyone feels safe, respected, and valued. Make a difference, wear orange, and let your voice be heard!