* In memory of Jamie HUBLEY 1995/11/23 - 2011/10/15 *
Spreading the message of acceptance, tolerance and understanding by empowering youth to choose positive, individual change.
Bullying Ends Here is a simple, yet very effective, resource to combat bullying.
It is comprised of two parts. Part one is a presentation in person. Part two is this website as a means to connect directly with Tad to look for support, advice or even just friendship.
March 10: Richmond Secondary School
March 10: Matthew McNair Secondary, Richmond BC
March 11: Fraser Academy, Vancouver BC
March 12: Private NVPAC Presentation
March 15: Fundraiser @ Elephant and Castle, Vancouver
To request information, or book a presentation, click HERE.
See the FULL schedule HERE.
'Bullying Ends Here' NEEDS YOUR HELP!. Bullying Ends Here is a registered charity in Canada and issues receipts for all donations. Your valuable gift will go towards ensuring thousands more youth are reached in person. Please click HERE to learn about the convenient ways in which you can donate your life changing gift. Sponsorships are also very welcome. Please message Tad to see how a great partnership can be achieved.
PRACTICE PROVEN RESULTS SINCE DECEMBER 2012:
- 26 emails stating their life was saved (received from parents and teachers).
- over 9100 emails received.
- over 60,015 youth reached in person.
- over 330 presentations.
- over 44,500 views to the website.
- 4 awards including the first ever Kaleidoscope of Hope award.
- Internationally recognized.
- Requests from around the World.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT 'BULLYING ENDS HERE'
"I have listened to many outstanding speakers in my career and I can
honestly say that your presentation was the most powerful one I have
ever experienced." Teacher
" I thought I was the only one who
actually understood how that feels, but now I know I'm not. And it
makes things so much better for me, just to know that." Youth
" Your presentation saved my life. You
may think that you were just talking but you made me see the light at
the end of the tunnel. Without your presentation I would have tried to
end myself" Youth
To see more about what the youth are saying about the presentation click HERE.
To see more about what the adults are saying about the presentation click HERE.
AMI Television in Vancouver, February 2014