Princeton School Superintendent says:"Every year, we send all of our fourth-graders to the Kidsbridge Tolerance Center because we realize that reinforcing social emotional skills at early ages is the way to go. Kidsbridge is one of our favorite bullying prevention/diversity appreciation programs, because it is “evidence-based” for attitude improvements in empathy, empowerment, moral reasoning, and stereotype awareness. The social emotional skill foundation training our students gain at Kidsbridge are the foundation to become caring and respectful human beings." — Steve Cochrane, Princeton Schools Superintendent
2017 Humanitarian CelebrationClick here to see ALL the photos.
NEW mobile outreach programNow you have two options: Either we come to you OR you come to us!
Today, Kidsbridge Tolerance Center Mobile Outreach facilitators Melissa H. Riviello and Pat Marzzullo visited 2nd and 3rd Graders at Greenwood Elementary School in Hamilton, NJ to teach mindfulness exercises and foster healthy UPstander behavior! ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you United Way of Greater Mercer County volunteers for your #MLKDayofService! The #bullying prevention kits that you made today will soon be given to 3rd Graders in two Lawrence Township and three Ewing Township elementary schools, as part of the Kidsbridge Tolerance Center mobile outreach program. UPstanders like you are our heroes! ♥ ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you to all who joined us for #MLKDay. We created anti-bullying kits that will benefit our partner Kidsbridge Tolerance Center! #LiveUnited
This week our Kidsbridge Tolerance Center mobile outreach facilitators visited Greenwood Elementary School in Hamilton Township to teach 2nd through 5th graders about how to be #UPstanders while working with each other to help stop #bullying. Gratitude to the Axelrod Foundation for their support of this program. ... See MoreSee Less
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