BUCKETS OVER BULLYING is a non-profit initiative whose mission is to stop cyberbullying of children and teens through education, lawmaking and legal action.
Our work is focused on helping prevent what happened to 15-year-old Nate Bronstein and continues to happen to far too many tech-tied teens who face abusive bullying and cyberbullying.
Nate’s story and his love of basketball captured the attention of social media trick shot sensation Tristan Jass to partner with us in spreading social media safety awareness at school sports rallies and inspired the name Buckets Over Bullying.
percent of students believe bullying is easier to get away with online.
percent of students feel as if they have been cyberbullied in their lifetime.
percent of students have reported to someone that they were cyberbullied.
harmful comment is all it takes for someone to decide to harm themself or end their life.