The Athletes Against Bullying Alliance

1353 Rae St
Regina SK  S4T 2C4

Phone: (306)551-1511

The Athletes Against Bullying Alliance

Who We Are: We are The Athletes Against Bullying Alliance - A team of current and former elite athletes determined to use athletic influence and positive role modeling to create a more positive world through active engagement with today's Student-Athletes.

The AAB Mission Statement: Empower student-athletes to be positive role models for other students and youth around them, through direct engagement with current and former elite athletes who will influence and inspire them. Promote a culture in our schools where peer leaders actively advocate against bullying and other forms of physical and emotional intimidation.

What we are doing: AAB and our selected elite athletes will positively engage and inspire current student-athletes across the nation through demonstration of the responsibility of leadership that comes with being an athlete along with the abundant benefits that it brings.

Our elite athletes will connect with today's generation of student-athletes and show how being an athlete encompasses more than just being good at athletics, and how this supports and expands their individual and collective success on and off the field.

AAB believes, and actively promotes, that being a successful athlete involves being a positive role model, doing well in school, being a good friend, helping those in need and making it a priority to do things that will make other people's lives better.

AAB strives to create a positive environment that supports youth, fostering a sense of safety, protection and confidence while at school and in the community.

Why this works: AAB uses the power of leadership and role modeling to Influence and empower Student-Athletes.

Influential, charismatic and successful leaders inspire Student-Athletes, young athletes are always looking for ways to "get to the next level" and get better at what they do.

- University/College athletes striving to play professionally will emulate professionals.
High School athletes aspiring to play

- University/College athletics will emulate University/College athletes.

- Vulnerable students in their last years of elementary school admire High School athletes and want to be like them.

AAB will bring together successful, inspiring leaders with individuals and groups they will naturally influence to create a powerful change in Student-Athletes towards making positive contributions in their schools and communities.

How do we accomplish this? Our AAB Athlete-speakers are successful and powerful role models who establish instant credibility with their audience. They address, with leaders in a direct position to influence positive outcomes, the negative consequences of bullying for individuals, teams and the community as a whole.

Athletics is about hard work and excellence, bullying is a symptom of weakness and insecurity. Our elite athletes can reach the athletes of today in a way others are not able to - to stop the cycle where it often so sadly takes root. True leadership is about standing up and being strong without needing others to be weak - lifting everyone up.

Our elite athletes model this behavior through their experience, lessons they can impart and tools they have to teach. They are passionate about creating powerful athletes _and_ leaders within our schools and communities - promoting both athletic success and a stronger community and society.

What we are doing now? As an example, in December of 2013 AAB partnered with Big Kahuna Sports Company and established the Big Kahuna Athletes Against Bullying Canadian “Be A Game Changer” Tour.

AAB Traveled from Vancouver to Hamilton, visiting eight schools in five Provinces across Canada. Student-Athletes and Coaches from each school's sports teams were assembled. AAB staff and elite athletes connected with student-athletes directly in delivering a compelling presentation regarding the negative consequences of bullying and ways in which student-athletes can use their influence in positive ways.

The presentation included compelling personal stories, stated facts & figures on bullying and displayed the enormous effects of bullying and the great individual and collective benefits that come from being a positive role model and influence in our schools.

Our team empowered Student-Athletes to be a positive influence in the hallways and social groups at their school, giving them information and inspiration to lead comfortably and confidently as true athletic leaders and champions.

We are The Athletes Against Bullying Alliance- A team of athletes and former athletes with the goals and hopes of eliminating bullying through the use of our athletes and through the influence our athletes have on the impressions of the youth.

Who We Are: We are The Athletes Against Bullying Alliance - A team of current and former elite athletes determined to use athletic influence and positive role modeling to create a more positive world through active engagement with today's Student-Athletes.

The AAB Mission Statement: Empower student-athletes to be positive role models for other students and youth around them, through direct engagement with current and former elite athletes who will influence and inspire them. Promote a culture in our schools where peer leaders actively advocate against bullying and other forms of physical and emotional intimidation.

The child shall enjoy special protection, and shall be given opportunities and facilities, by law and by other means, to enable him to develop physically, mentally, morally, spiritually and socially in a healthy and normal manner and in conditions of free

The AAB Mission Statement: Empower student-athletes to be positive role models for other students and youth around them, through direct engagement with current and former elite athletes who will influence and inspire them. Promote a culture in our school

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Founded: John Tokar

Categories: Education, Non-Profit Organization, Sports & Recreation




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