Finding Kind: end girl-on-girl bullying

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Give your daughter the tools she needs to combat bullying

Almost every girl has experienced bullying. Unfortunately, almost every girl has also contributed to bullying.

The Finding Kind campaign is a movement to end girl-against-girl bullying.

The two-hour Finding Kind event includes a screening of the Finding Kind movie and a facilitated discussion about what girls can do to help prevent and address bullying at school and in the community.

Surveys of girls who participate in a finding kind event report that:
  • 96% were compelled to be kinder to girls after the event
  • Two out of every three girls apologize to someone during or after the event
  • 90% agreed that they did not want to participate in gossip or drama after experiencing the event.
  • 90% realized that they were not alone because of their participation. 

The trailer for Finding Kind is here

Saturday, August 26, from 11:30am - 2pm
The Edmonds Theater, 415 Main Street, Edmonds, WA 98020
For Girls entering 5th through 12th grade
Cost: $8 per person

Hosted by: Girl Scout Senior Troop 41002

While this event is open to the public, the program is designed for girls and their parents/leaders.


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