Playing Her Part, Actress And Former Parklander Cassie Scerbo Uses Her Platform For Good
Auditioning for the lead role of Disney’s hit show “Hannah Montana” at 14 would be heady stuff for anyone.
But, even then, Cassandra “Cassie” Scerbo was cool and collected. In the end, Disney went with a younger unknown actress: Miley Cyrus.
Annual Bighorn Cares dinner donates $486,600 to 66 charities in the valley
Established five short years ago, Bighorn Golf Club Charities’ mission is to fund specific worthwhile projects by local nonprofit organizations that demonstrate a real need and to improve the quality of life for underserved people in the Coachella Valley.
D’Ambrosio Twins, le giovani Bianca e Chiara, star americane in Italia
Le gemelle amano la filantropia, sono appassionate di animali e sono proiettate verso l’anti-bullismo, e sono infatti ambasciatrici dell’organizzazione Boo2Bullying con la realizzazione di una canzone sul tema dal titolo “Let Your Let Shine”. La musica del video di accompagnamento è stata trasmessa in 30 film festival internazionali, facendo guadagnare loro il prestigioso premio Gracie Award per Eccellente Video Virale.
Boo 2 Bullying puts Coachella Valley Spotlight grant towards enhancing school presentations
Every month we bring you coverage of the Coachella Valley Spotlight grant. Today, we take a look at “Boo 2 Bullying.” Eye on the Desert’s Caitlin Thropay visited the nonprofit during one of their presentations to a local elementary school to see how they are using their Berger dollars.
“We’ve already reached over 11,250 kids thanks to the Berger foundation,” President and Founder of Boo 2 Bullying, Dimitri Halkidis told News Channel
Rancho Mirage’s Tolerance Education Center Celebrates Diversity
The exhibit was curated by Dimitri Halkidis, President and Founder of Boo2Bullying. On Thursday, March 7th, the Tolerance Education Center held the exhibit ...
Here are some of the causes Browns players are promoting through My Cause My Cleats
"I've seen the effects of bullying firsthand with people in my family, some siblings of some of my close friends," Telfer said. That's why he was excited about the opportunity to work with the organization. The group was looking to add an NFL player.
"I think that's why the organization was so excited about me joining, just because traditionally football players usually are the bully," Telfer said, "but for that to come from me, that bullying is wrong, treat everyone the way you want to be treated, I think it holds more weight.”
Randall Telfer named Cleveland Browns 2017 Walter Payton Man of the Year
Last week, Telfer also participated in the NFL's My Cause, My Cleats campaign to support Boo2Bullying, which seeks to eradicate bullying, intolerance and discrimination by educating schools and parents about accepting diversity and giving young people the tools to connect with and positively impact those around them.
SECRET LIFE AND MAKE IT OR BREAK IT STARS REUNITE FOR AN INSPIRING REASON
Raísa was there to support Boo2Bullying, a nationwide campaign to end bullying through mentorship and outreach. Scerbo serves on the organization’s board of directors, so Raísa came out in support of her friend.
“Thank you for supporting babe,” Scerbo captioned a sweet reunion pic. “Grateful for friends like you.”
Bullying has become a major epidemic, but one local nonprofit is doing something to combat the problem right here in our community.
Why I Give: Jill Golden
This past October, Barry and Jill Golden generously hosted a Halloween event for Boo2Bullying at their ranch.
First annual Boo Ball raises money to combat bullying
A full moon was shining through the trees at Lucky Me Ranch in Coachella, but it was a little scary. One lone policeman was trying to capture pirates and save the Roman emperors but only ended up catching some beautiful dancing girls and a few skeletons.
It turned out to be Boo2Bullying (B2B) supporters who were celebrating National Bullying Prevention month at the 1st annual Boo Ball, hosted by local philanthropists Jill and Barry Golden.
Boo2Bullying fights bullying, promotes unity
Palm Springs-based Boo2Bullying was in the spotlight at the Annenberg Theater as its 3rd Annual “Desert’s Got Talent” production raised awareness and funds for school assembly programs that promote unity against bullying, intolerance and discrimination
Exclusive: Interview with Mike C. Manning
Boo2Bullying was founded by a group of artists in 2011, in response to bullying found in schools, online and in the media. Now, it provides outreach, education, mentorship and support for youth and their families. I joined the organization in 2012 as an Ambassador, and am now on the Board.
We’ve been growing consistently over the past several years, and have a presence in more school programs in Los Angeles and Palm Springs than ever before. I love my B2B peeps!
9 NFL players to wear special cleats raising awareness of bullying
His cause Boo2bullying "empowers me to strive for change. I have family who have been affected by by bullying. I want people who are bullied to know that you are and will always be loved.”
1st Annual Palm Springs International Animation Festival presented by Boo2Bullying on
1st Annual Palm Springs International Animation Festival presented by Boo2Bullying...
SEAN KANAN GIVES BACK
“I’m a Young Man’s Youth Ambassador for Boo2Bullying and have been for a few years now. Dimitri Halkidis is the touchstone for this charity. He’s an incredibly caring guy who works with high schools, parents and communities to help eliminate bullying. There’s a triangle — the bully, the kid getting bullied and the kids who see it and feel there’s nothing they can do — so we facilitate a dialogue.”
11-year-old with Idyllwild connection wins competition
“Desert’s Got Talent” is a new signature event to raise awareness and funds for Boo2Bullying, the Palm Springs- and Los Angeles-based nonprofit founded in 2011 by photographer Dimitri Halkidis.
This Week’s Hollywood Red Carpet and Parties
Kevin Hart performed a surprise set at the Boo2Bullying event at The Comedy Store in West Hollywood on Tuesday. The comedian was among several who performed to combat bullying and intolerance.
Young people turn bullying into art in Boo2Bullying exhibition in Rancho Mirage
While bullying has become a major epidemic in our — and every — community, one local nonprofit is doing something to combat the problem, and many young people are sharing their experiences in a new art exhibit at the Tolerance Education Center in Rancho Mirage.
Local charities win cash at Desert Fast Pitch contest in Palm Desert
It was a lively afternoon in the UC Riverside auditorium as seven finalists from local charities gave a three-minute pitch on their charity’s work. This eighth annual Desert Fast Pitch contest was sponsored by the Center for Nonprofit Advancement (CNA), a program of the Regional Access Project (RAP) Foundation.
The $15,000 prize went to Dimitri Halkidis, founder and president of Boo2Bullying, who talked about bullying and the problems it causes,
The Next Generation: Solange Signoret
People with great passion often cite a specific event that opened their eyes. For 14-year-old Solange Signoret, that moment occurred in 2013 during the Supreme Court's review of Proposition 8, a law that five years earlier had eliminated the right of same-sex couples to marry in California. Inspired, she says, by the late LGBTQ activist George Zander, 7-year-old Signoret got up and gave a speech voicing her opposition to law.
Berger Foundation Grant Helping Boo2Bullying Expand Programming
PALM DESERT, CA - Boo2Bullying: Boo2Bullying (B2B) not only gives bullying a thumbs down – the symbol the organizations uses in its logo – but it also aims to eradicate intolerance and discrimination through education and positive influences. The nonprofit organization's mission received a big thumbs up with a $25,000 grant from the H.N. and Frances C. Berger Foundation.
AnnaLynne McCord Wears Lacy Dress To 'Take A Bite Out Of Bullying' Event
AnnLynne McCord attended the Take a Bite Out of Bullying event was put on by the non-profit Boo2Bullying, which aims to "provide outreach, mentorship, education and support for their families around the issues of bullying and intolerance."
How Stars Are Using Comedy to Combat Bullying
Boo2Bullying hosted their first annual comedy benefit on Apr. 11 - hosted by Steve Simeone and featured entertainers Iliza Shlesinger, Shawn Pelofsky, Justin Martindale, Stephen Glickman and Sean Kanan.
Catching up with Blake Cooper Griffen: New Year’s Resolutions
BOO2Bullying benefit at Bootsy Bellows
Alex Rodriguez & Jamie Ruiz - BOO2Bullying benefit at Bootsy Bellows, to raise awareness of bullying and further support the art therapy, mentoring, outreach programs and educational endeavors offered by BOO2Bullying - Los Angeles.
Student, professional actors speak candidly about bullying
A picnic for transgender pride
Emily Osment Steps Out For Boo2Bullying Event With Cassie Scerbo
Emily Osment attended the Boo2Bullying Benefit with Cassie Scerbo to raise awareness of bullying and further support the art therapy, mentoring, outreach and educational programs offered by Boo2Bullying.
'Project Gorgeous' blurs the lines of gender
Lebow is donating a percentage of the sale of his photos and his upcoming book "Gorgeous" to BOO2Bullying, a non-profit 501(c)3. The organization is guided by founder/president Dimitri Halkidis and provides outreach, mentoring, inspiration, support and hope for our youth and their families.
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