We seek to eradicate bullying, intolerance and discrimination by educating kids, schools and parents about accepting diversity and giving young people the tools to connect with and positively impact those around them.


B2B is a youth empowerment organization. We give kids the tools to foster a healthy self-image, learn to accept diversity and others who are different , speak their truth, and positively impact their peers. Our anti-bullying and suicide prevention programs in schools, on social media platforms, and through community outreach activities teach youth (ages 5-18) ways to recognize bullying, call it out, and stand against it.

Pre-COVID, in 2018 and 2019, we served 25,000 local students. During the pandemic while schools were closed, B2B expanded its social media outreach and responded to requests for anti-bullying presentations elsewhere in Southern California and beyond.


Our team members visit schools to teach students how to stand up and speak out against bullying, intolerance and discrimination .

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We share information and give parents and family members a platform to share their personal experiences with bullying and the tragedy of suicide.

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Boo2Bullying is an active participant in community festivals, parades, pride festivals and more.
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Working with guidance counselors, we match bullied students with Boo2Bullying mentors.
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We mitigate the effects of bullying through arts and crafts, animation, dance, music, and art exhibitions showcasing youth.

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  • 280,000 students are physically attacked in secondary schools in the United States every month
  • 1 in 4 teachers sees nothing wrong with bullying and will only intervene 4% percent of the time
  • Nearly 42% of youth have been bullied online. This has occurred multiple times for almost 25% of them
  • 77% of students report being bullied mentally, verbally or physically or all three
  • On the average playground in America, a child is bullied every 7 minutes
  • 3 million students are absent each month because they feel unsafe at school
  • Suicide is the third leading cause of death due to bullying
  • 10% of parents are aware their teens are targets of cyberbullying
  • 92% of LGBT youth say they hear negative messages about being LGBT. The top sources are schools, the internet and their peers


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