The following is an interview from the Cinnaminson, New Jersey branch of Patch featuring Joe Vallee and Shirley Vallee from Rainbow Rabbit Educational Services Corp. During National Bullying Prevention Month, Patch is looking at society’s roles and responsibilities in bullying as part of a national reporting project.
Each October, National Bullying Prevention Month brings attention to the bullying epidemic in our country. At the same time, it encourages schools, parents, teachers, children and communities to promote kindness towards all. Rainbow Rabbit is taking part in National Bullying Prevention Month 2019. Here are several ways you can, too!
Rainbow Rabbit, the fledgling Kindness/Educational Program inspiring children across the Tri-State area, will appear at Allentown’s Central Elementary School on Wednesday, July 10th, for a school presentation at 10am. Pat Breslin, a local author/speaker, active with his own youth outreach program, is responsible for the event. Breslin has established relationships in the Allentown School District over the last 20 years.
Rainbow Rabbit Educational Services Corp. was recently awarded prestigious grants from Investors Bank Foundation. The press release can be read below. We express our sincerest gratitude to the Investors Bank Foundation for allowing our company to thrive by helping us empower young children everywhere as they participate in our educational programs that celebrate unique differences and reward kindness!
Through the lessons taught in Rainbow Rabbit, children learn that they must remain true to who they are, no matter what the obstacles or pressures might be in their path—or as we like to shout, Color Me Kind! Now, our furry friend’s dynamic, vibrant slogan is now available in an exclusive coloring sheet!