bay 93.9 kicks off #GeelongSaysNo anti-bullying campaign
Hayden and Milly of bay 93.9 have started a new anti-bullying campaign #GeelongSaysNo following the death of 14-year-old Northern Territory girl Dolly Everett.
The project aims to use the platform of radio to facilitate change in the community, with Hayden and Milly beginning the conversation with Chloe Hayden.
Chloe turned her life around after being seriously affected by bullying, and shared a message to inspire others; “It’s so important to love each other and be kind, because you never know when it might be you in that position.”
The bay 92.9 morning crew also invited the principal of local school St. Roberts Newtown, Robert Soldani, to the studio to chat about creating awareness for the new campaign.
Soldani said the key is to “make sure kids are safe, feel happy, glad to come to school and respected for whatever differences they have.”
‘Hayden & Milly have been heart-broken by he many recent bullying reports and are adding their voices to anti-bullying campaigns,” added bay 93.9 PD Mark Hyland.
“It’s so important bullying is wiped out and for bay 93.9, #GeelongSaysNo is a priority.”