Friday, September 13, 2013

Music, Games & Prizes Highlight Teach Anti-Bullying Night at the Delaware County Fair, Friday, September 13th, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Granite Run Mall


Media, Pennsylvania – September 13, 2013Teach Anti-Bullying, the Philadelphia-based national non-profit organization dedicated to working with educators and parents on the bullying crisis in our nation’s communities, will be on hand for Anti-Bullying Night at the 37th Annual Delaware County Fair, Friday, September 13th from 6 to 10 p.m. at the Granite Run Mall.

The evening’s festivities are scheduled to include a live music performance by Philadelphia’s “Divadollz and Co.”, featuring their anti-bullying songs, and music from DJ Floyd Lee.   A raffle to support Teach Anti-Bullying will include a signed LeSean McCoy Philadelphia Eagles jersey.

The founder and President of Teach Anti-Bullying, Claudio V. Cerullo, Ph.D. (one of the nation’s leading experts on the bullying crisis) will be joined by the organization’s Vice President, Daniela Desiderio Redpath, and other representatives with educational materials and information. 

Teach Anti-Bullying is a 501 ( C ) ( 3 ) non-profit organization, and was launched in November 2011 out of growing concern for the issue of bullying both in the classroom and in the community. Serving children and families who have been, or are being affected by, bullying, Teach Anti-Bullying works to raise awareness and support, while encouraging the collaboration of all stakeholders – children, educators, parents, community leaders, law enforcement, and local, state and federal legislators – in the pro-active intervention against bullying as well as the prevention of bullying. 


Teach Anti-Bullying’s services include school assemblies, workshops, conferences and speaking engagements; advocacy; program development and implementation; policy development and implementation; victimization support services; bullying in the workplace programs; online support for children and families; and expert witness for anti-bullying court cases. Additional information about Teach Anti-Bullying is available at http://www.TeachAntiBullying.com.