Bully Suicide Fall Campaign
DALLAS, August 11, 2010 – The Bully Suicide Project, a non-profit organization launched in 2009, launches the new Fall Campaign with nationally recognized photographer Tracy Nanthavongsa and make up by Melissa Whitaker.
The theme of the Fall campaign is “Real students with Real Stats”. Each model in the campaign is a high school or middle school student in North Texas that are survivors of bullying. Photos are graphic and drive home to real life effects of bullying by portraying the physical signs of bullying.
The Bully Suicide Project (BSP), based in Dallas, is fast becoming one of the largest resources for schools and parents for bully prevention and education. The BSP is currently featured on CNN, FOXnews, and CBS Evening News. The Fall Campaign is set to reach new goals by being introduced internationally with organizations in Australia, China, England and Italy showcasing the campaign in their schools.
To view the Fall Campaign, please visit www.bullysuicideproject.com or facebook at The Bully Suicide Project The Bully Suicide project seeks funding from outside sources so that each school can receive this vital training for free.
For more information, please contact Beaux Wellborn, Assistant Director of the Bully Suicide Project at 214.635.1985 or http://bullysuicideproject.com
Source: Dallas Voice