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    Welcome to Generations Against Bullying!

    GAB is a nonprofit organization established in 2012 that provides services and programs to thousands of children, parents, schools, churches, and communities in Wisconsin. GAB serves over 25,000 schools and communities in Wisconsin by sending our newsletter with information on current laws, bullying prevention, and resources schools can share to help stop the bullying problem in our nation. Programs and services include our Peer Ambassador Program. Our Peer Ambassador Program is comprised of high school students we train and provide the tools they need to become Upstanders. This generation of new leaders will help teach the younger generation in Middle and Elementary schools to understand the effects and consequences of bullying and how they too can become Upstanders. Our signature Movie Night is an extraordinary event for the community to come together and learn about the seriousness of the bullying epidemic in our nation.


    Generations Against Bullying is proud to announce our partnership with Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin offers unique, e-learning courses for students in grades K4 through 8 called ACT NOW! These engaging programs are fun for kids, and will help keep classrooms and schools safe by creating a bully-free environment. The ACT NOW! Program was developed in collaboration with the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction and aligned with the National Health Educations Standards, and addresses all types of bullying, including cyber bullying and sexual harassment in the middle school. Combined with Generations Against Bullying’s community outreach ability, and our high school Peer Ambassador Program, this powerful partnership will offer a unique combination unlike any other in the nation. “Together we will change the culture of learning”.

    Jade Stringer Age 14 Forever in our Prayers “Schoolgirl, 14, 'bullied for being pretty' found hanged in her bedroom” – Click here to read more