Teach Anti-Bullying Donates Sixers Tickets to Underpriveleged Children in Philadelphia, Chester & Camden for a “Night at the Sixers” Saturday, April 5th

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – March 21, 2014 – Teach Anti-Bullying, the national, 501(c)(3) foundation  dedicated to working with educators and parents on the bullying crisis in the classroom and our communities, has raised funds to send 50 underprivileged children from Philadelphia, Chester and Camden to a special “Night at the Sixers,” on Saturday, April 5th.

The Sixers will play the Brooklyn Nets that night at the Wells Fargo Center – game time is 7:30 p.m.

“We originally planned a special fundraising ‘Teach Anti-Bullying Walk with the Sixers,’ but due to certain logistical problems, we realized that this would much better serve the children of our communities that have never had the opportunity to go to something like this,” said Claudio V. Cerullo, Ph.D., the founder and President of Teach Anti-Bullying.  “Teach Anti-Bullying purchased tickets with the help of donations, and we will be sending under-privileged children and their families from Chester, Philadelphia and Camden to the game to help us promote anti-bullying awareness. They are so very excited, and we will be there to join them!”

Donations are still accepted for the evening to purchase additional tickets.  Interested donors can contact Teach Anti-Bullying’s Vice President, Daniela Redpath, by e-mail or by phone at 484-431-9711.

Teach Anti-Bullying was launched in November 2011 out of growing concern for the issue of bullying both in the classroom and in the community. Serving children and families who have been, or are being affected by, bullying, Teach Anti-Bullying works to raise anti bullying awareness and support, while encouraging the collaboration of all stakeholders – children, educators, parents, community leaders, law enforcement, and local, state and federal legislators – in the pro-active intervention against bullying as well as the prevention of bullying. 

 Teach Anti-Bullying services include school assemblies, teacher workshops, conferences and speaking engagements; advocacy; program development and implementation; policy development and implementation; victimization support services; bullying in the workplace programs; online support for children and families. Additional information about Teach Anti-Bullying is available at