West Seattle-based Free2Luv joined by Seahawks for anti-bullying billboard campaign

(Photo courtesy Free2Luv)
With both the Seahawks‘ season and the school year starting, an anti-bullying campaign is launching with a West Seattle-based nonprofit at the heart of it. On the lower right of the billboard in the photo, you’ll see FREE2LUV.ORG – the online home of Free2Luv, which is leading the “Friends Don’t Let Friends Bully” campaign. The photo and announcement (read the full version here) were shared by Free2Luv president/co-founder Tonya Sandis of Alki. Donated billboard space is part of it; the first one, Tonya says, is at 4th Avenue South and South Industrial Way, just a few blocks south of the West Seattle Bridge (map): “With the rise in teen suicides and one out of every three children experiencing some form of bullying, it is Free2Luv’s mission to reach as many communities and children as possible to spread the word Friends Don’t Let Friends Bully. … We are passionate about creating a safer and kinder place for our youth, raising self-esteem and re-instilling hope.” Free2Luv says more than 19,000 people have taken their anti-bullying pledge; you can join them here.

2 Replies to "West Seattle-based Free2Luv joined by Seahawks for anti-bullying billboard campaign"

  • Free2Luv September 1, 2014 (10:52 am)

    We’re honored to be standing with Clear Channel and the Seahawks to be sharing this important message with our community and thank them for their support.

    Keep your eye out for FRIENDS DON’T LET FRIENDS BULLY billboards, take a photo and join our SELFIE CONTEST! There’s an opportunity to WIN awesome Free2Luv and Seahawks swag! Here are the details http://goo.gl/V5jOnA

  • Runner Girl September 1, 2014 (11:11 am)

    Another reason to live the Seahawks!!!!
    Take the pledge.

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