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In 11 hours we begin the Fifth Annual Bully Stakeout – and it puts me in mind of much of the past. For one thing, I can hardly believe that we’ve been on this journey five times!

We’ve met so many amazing people over the years, and we’ll be sharing them again with you here this year, and you’ll be meeting some of our new friends as ¬†well!

We want you to get SO involved. Share links…discuss them…if you have a resource of your own, please share it!

The official 24 Hour bully Stakeout page is found here, http://facebook.com/bully.stakeout

Click like, and you’ll get a link every ten minutes or more…again, share, share, share!! And talk!

We’re also tweeting with the hashtag #24HBSO and #bullying!

We’re your hosts:



The Bully Outreach Project is dedicated to reaching out to people who are experiencing bullying. And the opposite of bullying is KINDNESS! Bullying stories abound in our society today. Bullying statistics show that children receive help only about 15% of the time when they ask for help. Suicide squads are on high alert, and we being to feel that suicide is the natural outcome of bullying.


We need to begin providing a different kind of help.

The opposite of bullying is kindness. We want to talk about kindness, and promote it. We want to create kindness in action! So many people are interested in doing Random Acts of Kindness, and we choose to create a way to track kindnesses.

Imagine being handed a card. On it it says “momentofkindness.com” and it has the number 34. You go to the website to see what it’s all about, and you see this:
Moment of Kindness Data Base Image


You know where that card has been. And it wants you to join in. Please donate to support us building this data base. The world can hardly wait for us to get these cards distributed.

Give a gift of kindness here!



We are enormously pleased to be able to announce the incorporation of our new Non Profit foundation! Give a gift of kindness here! Vision To promote a positive community based forum that encourages people to do acts of kindness that lead to a strengthened culture of kindness. Mission To give and promote kindness in the […]


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The 24-Hour Bully Stake-Out …is a means for everyone working on the problem of bullying to share knowledge, encouragement and entertainment, and to discover new tools to carry on the cause!


by Ron Graham We have, in North America, an anti-bullying movement that consists largely of special events and personality-driven organizations and initiatives. So: what happens when the event ends, or when the personality leaves town or gets out of the business of helping kids? This is just like…