You can easily be involved in the anti-bullying work of the Jewish Community by sending the message that you will not stand by in the face of suffering and injustice by making a pledge to save lives. This specific blog also has a few posts related to the work of anti-bullying in the Jewish community and you can read about what is happening by taking a look at these posts here.
The following resources are also devoted to ending bullying:
- The Trevor Project’s Trevor Lifeline, is a 24-hour, national crisis and suicide prevention lifeline for gay and questioning teens. The number is 1-866-4-U-Trevor.
- The Matthew Shepard Foundation’s Matthew’s Place is an online community and resource center for LGBTQ youth.
- Keshet’s Hineini Education Project trains and supports Jewish educators, clergy, program staff, youth, and lay leaders to ensure that GLBT youth, families, and staff are safe and affirmed in all Jewish educational and community settings. Local trainers in areas all over the country can be accessed to help bring messages of inclusion to you.