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Did Your Child Receive This Gift?

Posted on January 1, 2011


2010 was a record year for the number of kids, parents, and schools that Girls and Boys Empowered did programming to stop the meanness and bullying, to empower kids to have confidence, self-esteem and build assertiveness and social skills and to create a culture of kindness.

  • 91 In-classroom presentations on bullying, relational aggression and mean-spirited behavior
  • 49 Assemblies on bullying, relational aggression and mean-spirited behavior
  • 50 Girl Scout programs (Over 1500 Girl Scouts)
  • 50 One week summer day camps in Metro-Detroit and Lexington, KY
  • 2 Retreats
  • 27 Parenting workshops
  • Trained teachers and staff from 14 schools
  • Trained bus drivers and lunch aides from a local school district
  • Spoke at 3 conferences
  • Provided over 35 community programs
  • Provided a programs for over 800 kids at Tamarack camp and did staff training
  • Went to Kenya and provided training for teachers, workshops for girls and assemblies for high school students
  • OPENED the Kids Empowered Coaching a Counseling Center to expand the one-on-one Coaching program and counseling.

We want to DOUBLE the IMPACT! Can you help us?  Schedule a staff trainingparenting workshops and programs for kids at your school today!

Kimber Bishop-Yanke, M.I.M., is the founder of Kids Empowered and the author of this blog.

Kimber trains nationally and internationally on bully-proofing your children. Kimber develops curriculum and leads programs for kids, parents, and professionals on how to build confidence and self-esteem, develop socials skills and emotional intelligence, and dealing with unfriendly friends, mean-spirited behaviors, relational aggression, and bullying. As a volunteer Kimber organizes Kids Against Hunger packagings and is the Chair of Fundraising for Kenya Relief. She has also taken her program to Israel where she teaches her program to Palestinian and Israeli counselors and kids at a camp that brings children together for reconciliation.

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