®

The Mikki High 

Bully No More! Project

What We Do

The Mikki High Bully No More! Project® is a non-profit service organization that is creating awareness about the seriousness of bullying, its harmful effects, and possible solutions to stop this widespread epidemic amongst school-aged children and teens.  We are instrumental in reaching youth, their parents and families, teachers, and other concerned community leaders with the message of sharing hope and love to so many that have been affected by bullying-related issues.  We strive to educate audiences in school, church, and community settings. 

 

At The Mikki High Bully No More! Project® we’re passionate about making a difference in the lives of young people that allows them to grow into healthy and productive citizens unhindered by bullying. We know that you feel the same. We are certain that you will contact us to schedule a Mikki High Bully No More! Project® event at your school, church, community event, or business.   You may choose one or more of the following events below, then contact us to set the date and time. (Most presentations last approximately 45-90 minutes but can be customized to fit your time schedule.) 

 

 School Assembly Program for students Grades 3-12 

                                                                This presentation may be done with select members of the student body, (e.g. 

                                                                  Student Government Association, Senior Class, Debate Club, etc.)  In this setting

                                                                  students and teachers learn about the basics of bullying including what bullying

                                                                  is, bully prevention strategies, the harmful effects of bullying, cyber bullying,

                                                                  and the 1-2-3-4 Bully No More! Campaign to put an end to bullying. 

 

 Seminar/Webinar/Workshop for Parents, Educators, and Community Leaders

                                                                   Bully behavior (Attention-Seeking Personality), Violence and suicide, etc., cyber

                                                                   bullying, bully prevention strategies, the 1-2-3-4 Bully No More! campaign to put an

                                                                   end to bullying, and other topics useful for adults who work closely with children

                                                                   and teens are discussed in this presentation.  This is ideal for Parent and Teacher

                                                                   Association meetings, town hall meetings, and teacher workshops.

 

Concert/Movie Night

                                                                  Mikki High is a recording artist who sings and plays the guitar.  She uses her

                                                                  talents and gifts to comfort those hurt by bullying and encourage others to

                                                                  action.  Mikki High and the Dance Revue use live music and special

                                                                  effects/lighting technology to get across the message of hope and love to

                                                                  students.  This is an exciting presentation that can be used to reward students for

                                                                  their participation in the anti-bullying campaign and activities.   This event may

                                                                  exceed 90 minutes if movie is included. Concessions are available upon request.

 

 

Youth Rally/Parades

                                                                   Mikki High, along with her team of volunteers will make an appearance at

                                                                   your drug- free, non-violent rally or parade to promote the anti-bullying

                                                                   message in your community.   The Mikki High Bully No More! Project has

                                                                   previously marched in city parades and homecoming parades to foster an 

                                                                   atmosphere of service, solidarity, and unity in the community.

 

Kiosk

                                                                   The Mikki High Bully No More! Project is highly effective in its efforts in bully

                                                                   awareness through the distribution of literature (pamphlets, newsletters,

                                                                   brochures, leaflets, etc.) at kiosks set up throughout the community.   A kiosk can

                                                                   be used to draw attention to the cause and a way to share important literature

                                                                   about ending bullying among school age children.  Businesses may want to schedule 

                                                                   a  kiosk in or at their location to promote the anti-bullying campaign, and connect 

                                                                   with the community by giving back through community service.  This event 

                                                                   is typically used as a fundraiser and may exceed 90 minutes.