Sponsors are about opportunity and equity. We are proud to work together to make every childhood bully-free.
Our collaboration with these sponsors demonstrates their values and social responsibility to make every childhood bully-free. In fact, companies that commit to philanthropy enjoy higher employee morale, a stronger public image, and stronger customer loyalty. Institutional support is critical to our success, so we help our sponsors reach business objectives while supporting No Bully’s mission.
ESPN believes that, at its very best, sports uplifts the human spirit. Its corporate citizenship programs use power of sport to positively address society’s needs through strategic community investments, cause marketing programs, collaboration with sports organizations and employee volunteerism, while also utilizing its diverse media assets. ESPN and the X Games proudly partner with No Bully to bring the Shred Hate initiative to their sponsored schools across the country.
MLB is the most historic professional sports league in the United States and consists of 30 member clubs in the U.S. and Canada, representing the highest level of professional baseball. MLB remains committed to making an impact in the communities of the U.S., Canada and throughout the world, perpetuating the sport’s larger role in society and permeating every facet of baseball’s business, marketing and community relations endeavors. MLB proudly partners with No Bully, ESPN, and the X Games to bring the Shred Hate initiative into its sponsored schools across the country.
BE FEARLESS BE KIND is Hasbro’s signature philanthropic initiative, designed to empower kids to have the empathy, compassion and courage to stand up for others, be inclusive throughout their lives, and know that they have the ability to make a difference. Its call to action is simple: “stand up for others, be inclusive, and make a difference.”
Burger King is an American global chain of hamburger fast food restaurants. The BURGER KING® brand is known for putting the crown on everyone's head and allowing people to have it their way. Bullying is the exact opposite of that. No Bully first partnered with Burger King in 2017 to write and produce the most viewed anti-bullying video ever. Stay tuned for our latest collaboration coming this fall!
AT&T is the world's largest telecommunications company, the second largest provider of mobile telephone services, and the largest provider of fixed telephone services in the United States. The connections AT&T enables people to make are powerful and our goal is to make sure they are positive. AT&T generously sponsors schools to bring them No Bully’s evidence based program that leverages student empathy to bring an end to all bullying. Philanthropy is an important part of the company’s Citizenship and Sustainability efforts to support education and our local communities.
Capri Sun partnered with anti-bullying experts at No Bully to create The Together Table, an initiative where no kid sits alone in the lunchroom. This one long wave-shaped table, offers an alternative to kids sitting at separate tables, so no kid sits alone in the school cafeteria. As a brand that has always had a seat at the kids’ table, Capri Sun believes everyone deserves to be included during lunch.
Microsoft Corporation is a multinational technology company which develops, manufactures, licenses, supports and sells computer software, consumer electronics, personal computers, and related services. Microsoft partnered with No Bully in the launch of Power of Zero, a collaborative global campaign to reshape early learning for a connected world.
A&F is an American lifestyle retailer that focuses on casual wear. Abercrombie gives back by enriching the lives of children and teens through health and wellness programs and contributing to our communities locally, nationally and globally. Abercrombie is a generous supporter of No Bully and has been a sustaining contributor in No Bully’s mission to eradicate bullying worldwide.
Common Sense Media is a non-profit organization that provides education and advocacy to families to promote safe technology and media for children. Common Sense Education partnered with No Bully in the development of materials for teachers, parents, and students on how to end cyberbullying.
TOMS, founded in 2006 by Blake Mycoskie, designs and markets shoes — as well as eyewear, coffee, apparel, and handbags using a one for one business model — where with one purchase of a pair of shoes, the company also gives one pair to a child without shoes. No Bully was named a giving partner in 2015, along with Crisis Text Line, for the Standup Backpack collection which is dedicated to bullying prevention. Learn More
Ad Council’s mission is to Identify a select number of significant public issues and stimulate action on those issues through communications programs that make a measurable difference in our society. Their Teen Bullying Prevention campaign Because Of You encourages teens to reflect on the power of their words and actions and consider how they are affecting others.
The Golden State Warriors Not on Our Ground program presented by Adobe focuses on stopping hate and bullying, and building inclusive communities. The program educates youth on the causes, impact and solutions around violence and bullying and encourages people to be a witness and take a stand against hate, violence and bullying. Not on Our Ground also provides a platform to address the issues around violence within the community in a safe and inclusive space where solutions and open dialogue are encouraged. The Warriors and Adobe are grateful for Not on Our Ground community partners No Bully, Anti-Defamation League, Rise, and the Ad Council.
Patch is an independent U.S. local news and information platform, primarily owned by Hale Global. No Bully has an ongoing collaboration with Patch to feature stories around bullying and to bring more awareness around this epidemic.