Did you know we serve hundreds of thousands of children annually across the country? The NFL Alumni, members, families and friends gather in support of programs nationwide that benefit charitable organizations serving children and their families.
NFL Alumni Youth of America
NFL Alumni fosters youth fitness and safety programs thru sports. Central to this mission is a sustained commitment to sponsoring supervised activities where meaningful social interaction can take place between adults and youngsters. The idea is to present prominent and successful athletes as role models. https://www.nflalumni.org/charities/nfl-alumni-youth-of-america/
Burlington County Department of Child Protection & Permanency
Burlington county’s child protection and child welfare agency within the New Jersey Department of Children and Families, mission is to ensure the safety, permanency, and well-being of children and support families.
The NFL Alumni is located within Burlington County and has developed a relationship to work closely with the county’s programs serving children and families.
Rock Out Against Bullying
Rock Out Against Bullying combines NFL Alumni and popular influencers in a powerful effort to address and bring intervention to a world-wide bullying epidemic.
As a three day concert, benefitting several of our charity partners, funds raised will be used to implement anti-bullying programs.
We will feature a text-to-give option, making it easy for donors to make contributions.
Let’s Be Honest. We are living in an unprecedented time. The digital era has introduced a range of significant challenges and opportunities for our culture – amplifying both the brightest and darkest aspects of human nature.
As a consequence; whether it’s online or in the classroom, youth violence and bullying has reached a fever pitch. We’ve had enough! It’s time to fight back.
The common denominator of all types of bullying is the absence or erosion of sympathy. Therefore, nurturing empathy is at the heart if interventions to reduce bullying. The ‘Culture of Bullying’ grows in environments that lack dialogue and compromise. So, it’s critical that we engage in an open discussion of the problem in order to shine light on it.
+ 13 MILLION+ (2020)
American kids will be bullied at school, online, on the bus, at home, through their cellphones and on the streets of their town, making it the most common form of violence young people face in this country.
Students are physically attacked in secondary schools each month
+ 1 in 4
Teachers sees nothing wrong with bullying and will intervene 4% of the time.
+ Nearly 42%
of kids have been bullied online and almost 1 in 4 have had it happen more than once.