411 Pain Supports Anti-Bullying Campaigns

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411 Pain’s commitment to education is demonstrated through their efforts to fight illiteracy. For years, 411 Pain has been very involved with ending illiteracy in South Florida and throughout the nation. The Scholastic Read and Rise Literacy Campaign has collaborated with 411Pain in an effort to bring about more awareness of the prevalence of illiteracy in today’s youth.

The Prevention Team brings Pro Athletes to Schools Nationwide to stop bullying before it happens. As a father, I know how serious this epidemic has become & knew this would be a great program to bring to the South Florida school system - Robert Lewin

411 Pain joining forces with The Prevention Team has been a huge factor in the rise of anti –bullying campaigns in South Florida and throughout the nation. They frequently visit schools to discuss the importance of understanding what bullying is and how to detect it. 411 pain understands that acts of bullying are not always as obvious as most people think. Kids often engage in hurtful behaviors that they do not even consider acts of bullying. This is why 411 Pain is so committed to ensuring the students fully understand all aspects of what actually constitutes a “bully”. 411 Pain also discusses the possible consequences of continued bullying. The kids respond very well to this, understanding that there are consequences for both the bully and the victim.

411 Pain has accomplished a great deal through their sponsorships of anti-bullying programs across the nation. These programs are generally very successful events. The students leave with a completely new outlook on the issue of bullying as a whole, and a newfound passion to make a change. 411 Pain is striving to make schools a safer environment for today’s youth. Since joining forces with 411 pain the prevention team, 1-800-411-Pain really has become a magnificent force in the anti-bullying community.

411 Pain is proud to be so involved in the community they represent and grateful to be in
a position to make a difference. “1-800-411-PAIN is proud to continue our commitment to education,” said company owner Robert Lewin.

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