Anti-Bullying Charity Raises Money through Auction of Super Bowl Tickets and Celebrity Experience

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The Evolve Project, which uses music and professional performers to fight bullying and teach students respect and tolerance, is raising money by auctioning a Super Bowl package that includes tickets to the Super Bowl and a Super Bowl party—during which the winner can meet their favorite NFL players, professional athletes, and other celebrities.

The legacy I would like to leave is that I was an intricate part of teaching children to treat each other with basic respect and tolerance. The ultimate goal is, these same children grow up to be adults who treat others with basic respect and tolerance.

Kids today face bullying at school that follows them home, thanks to social media and the Internet. Some bullies even go as far as starting online polls of who the fattest kid in school is, who the dumbest kid in school is, or who the ugliest kid in school is. This vicious bullying is leading to students dropping out of school, depression, and even suicide. Every day, 160,000 students don’t attend school because of bullying.

The Evolve Project seeks to fight bullying through a curriculum that utilizes music and professional performers, teaching students respect and tolerance. The Evolve Project empowers our children to be better people, even when there is not an authority figure around.

The Evolve Project is raising money to support their efforts through an online auction. One of the featured auction items is tickets to the Super Bowl with a celebrity meet-and-greet. The winner will enjoy two upper level end zone or corner tickets to the 2019 Super Bowl in Atlanta, a Super Bowl party—during which the winner can meet their favorite NFL players, professional athletes, and other celebrities, three-night hotel accommodations in the Hyatt, Hilton, Omni, or a comparable property, and a dedicated travel agent to book all reservations for the experience. All of the auction items will support The Evolve Project’s goal of reaching 15 schools and providing 15 parent education programs at those schools.

Some of the other experiences up for auction include: a VIP tour of the Vatican, a meet-and-greet with Indianapolis 500 drivers, two tickets to the ESPY Awards Show, and a James Beard House dinner party for 12. Cleta Paige-Cain, the executive director and creator of The Evolve Project, says, “The legacy I would like to leave is that I was an intricate part of teaching children to treat each other with basic respect and tolerance. The ultimate goal is, these same children grow up to be adults who treat others with basic respect and tolerance. In this present world climate, this is life-changing!"

The Evolve Project

The Evolve Project seeks to fight bullying through music and professional performers. The Evolve Project has reached 12,000 students so far. It is their goal to reach 15 schools in 2019 with their program for students, and to provide 15 parent education programs at those schools. Their parent workshops help parents learn how to teach their children to be good digital citizens.
For more information, please visit https://theevolveproject.org/
To find out more about the auction, please visit https://www.myminiauction.com/theevolveproject

Like The Evolve project on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/TheEvolveProject/
Follow The Evolve Project on Twitter @TheEvolvProject
Visit The Evolve Project’s YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNGRS0fuBDAd-vRJQC1BdmA

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