Campaigns

Steps Against Bullying

The Steps Against Bullying™ (SAB) campaign addresses childhood obesity which happens to be the number one reason children are bullied. In its inaugural year, SAB was host to 2,300 8-12 year olds in the 3rd-5th grades from 9 schools were 54% were males and 46% were female in DeSoto ISD including a collaboration with the nonprofit charter school Uplift Education.  We also, collaborated with the Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation and USAA.
The campaign has been featured on local and national television, print and radio such as ABC, FOX, TBN and RadioDisney to name a few!

Campaign Highlights
• 79% of surveyed had an increased understanding of better nutrition and physical fitness
• 90% of surveyed said they would take a greater stance against bullying and disrespect
• 61% of surveyed reported an improvement in feeling more a part of a team
• 54% of surveyed claimed they could be more accountable for their actions

This unique program not only addresses childhood obesity but promotes self-accountability resulting in prevention of bullying, a positive self-image and respect for others.

 

Speak to Me [TALKS]

The Speak to Me [TALKS] (S2M [TALKS]) campaign is a series of interviews or talks from thought leaders to inspire others to live to their highest potential.   The interviews will be shared through our web portal, social media, newsletters, classrooms, company EAP’s, web and traditional TV and other methods depending on the content.  An estimated, 26.2 percent of Americans ages 18 and older — about one in four adults — suffer from a diagnosable mental disorder in a given year.
121 Million people are suffering from DEPRESSION and many more are not diagnosed.  In addition, to the health problems themselves, employers pay $300 billion annually in stress related health care and missed work. S2M[TALKS] helps to address, prevent and inspire those who will suffer from lack of motivation, stress, depression and mental illness. This campaign has not launched but is in the content building phase.