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Our mission is simple... To save the lives of victims of bullying.
We do this through intervention, and educational presentations, nationwide, to both students, and teachers and administrators. We present programs that help to raise awareness of situations where bullying is occurring. After attending our presentations, students will have a special understanding of the effects of bullying. Teachers and administrators will have a better understanding of the signs of bullying, and how it can be stopped.
Our goal is to help children and their families overcome the devastating effects that bullying can have on kids, and their entire family. Some of these services can include representation by an advocate or even attorney where needed. It may also include counseling and psychological services, all provided by a third party. We will assist in finding a therapist to fit each families financial needs. In addition, if the victims family is left with no other option but to formally withdraw their child from the school where the bullying is occurring, we will assist in negotiating a lower tuition, or tuition assistance to make it easier for the family to move their child to a safer place quickly.
When the situation seems hopeless, and a child or his or her family feels that there is no place else to turn, The Jamie Isaacs Foundation will be there to help them navigate through their difficult time.
Copyright Ó 2010 - Jamie Isaacs Foundation for Anti-Bullying, Inc. A 501(c)3 Not-For Profit Organization (Pending)
Jamie Isaacs and Kaitlin Monte, former Miss New York. Photos taken at NYS Capitol Building during the press conference for the Cyberbullying law.
VISIT OUR NEW...
NEW ONLINE RESOURCE CENTER!
With the beginning of another school year we are working hard to improve our ability to help parents and children. During this time of year we have seen a very large increase in the number of requests for information and assistance. We have set up a comprehensive online resource center that will provide informative links to online resources, downloadable forms, and an electronic contact form to help start the process of healing and helping.
Jamie was featured in the 10/17/12 "Kids Day" section of Newsday for her work with the Girl Scouts. Click on article below for PDF version.
October 19, 2012
Bullied Teen: 'I Had So Much Pain Inside Of Me'
Click below to read article.
Read Jamie's Article in
Scholastic ACTION Magazine
October 29, 2012 Issue
Click Below for PDF
The Jamie Isaacs Foundation has been named one of the
TOP 10 Charities by Lifestyle + Charity Magazine!
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Celebrate New York State's
"Jamie Isaacs Day"
NO BULLY PURPLE DAY
Restoring Hope & Saving Lives
A Fundraiser To Support The Jamie Isaacs Foundation