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You can make a difference in the lives of others. Students who experience cyberbullying are looking for digital empowerment.
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Since 2013, we have trained over 2.5 million students and educators on how to use Digital4Good and promote digital positivity and wellness.
Help us reach millions more and support #ICANHELP's mission by making a donation, volunteering, or becoming a sponsor today.
Advocate To End Cyberbullying
Together, we can end cyberbullying and other types of digital harassment, but it’s going to require an active partnership that involves educators, businesses, students, and YOU. We’re honored and grateful to have you on our side.
95% of teens in the U.S are online, and the vast majority access the internet on their mobile devices, making it the most common medium for cyberbullying.
23% of students reported that they have said or done something mean or cruel to another person online. 27% reported that they have experienced the same from someone else.
Girls are more likely than boys to be both victims and perpetrators of cyberbullying. 15% of teen girls have been the target of at least four different kinds of abusive online behaviors, compared with 6& of boys.
About half of LGBTQ+ students experience online harassment - a rate higher than average.
With donations, we are getting closer to supporting students, communities, and companies interested in being good digital citizens, having digital empowerment... and being a digital changemaker.
"#ICANHELP provides valuable and relevant information for students, parents, and educators regarding social media. I walked away with many tips and ideas on how to help our students use social media positively. I also appreciate the information and resources provided to share with parents of our school community looking for ways to help their children navigate social media. I encourage parents to attend #ICANHELP workshops and partner with schools to keep our students safe in the digital world."
Tina Miller, Principal
Bella Vista Middle School
"When our teachers can see the true value of an activity, ease of execution, and a ready-made lesson that can fit into their classroom, buy-in goes way up! That's why I love the #ICANHELP curriculum. I'm able to provide valuable lessons that generate meaningful discussions and inspire positive action among our students with the support of our teachers, who appreciate the format and clarity of each lesson plan and activity. I can see the effects of classroom learning when witnessing positive interactions around campus and on our social media sites."
Annette Damien, MS, PPS
Director of Student Activities, Chaminade Middle School
Take Action Today!
Help us empower the next generation of responsible digital citizens. Your donation will support our efforts to teach students how to safely and effectively navigate the online world.
Make a meaningful impact on the lives of young people while gaining valuable exposure for your business. Help us continue our mission of teaching students how to be safe online.
Become A Partner
Make a positive difference and align your brand with a worthy cause. Together, we can empower the next generation of digital citizens and make the online world a better place.
Join our team of brand ambassadors and influencers and help us spread the word about the importance of being a good digital citizen. Let's become social buddies.
Mentor Our Interns
Be a part of the next generation's success and become a mentor to a student intern. Your guidance and support can help shape their future and make a lasting impact on their lives.
Join our team of dedicated volunteers. Your time and expertise can help us in our mission to teach students digital citizenship. Volunteer today and be a part of the #ICANHELP Family!
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