WWE continues to support the Be a STAR campaign.
On May 3, WWE and Boys & Girls Clubs of America announced a new multi-year partnership to assist the global Be a STAR bullying prevention campaign. The announcement noted that Be a STAR has reached over 500,000 children around the world.
In celebration of the new agreement, several WWE stars attended Union League Boys & Girls Clubs in Chicago, and WWE Global Ambassador and Boys & Girls Club Alumni member Titus O’Neil led the “Be a STAR” rally.
The announcement is as follows:
Yesterday afternoon, Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA) and WWE announced a new multi-year, national partnership to support the “Be a STAR” bullying prevention program and help create a safe after-school environment for kids to learn and grow. The “Be a STAR” program provides students the tools they need to drive effective learning, decision making, creativity, relationships and mental health. Since 2011, “Be a STAR” bullying prevention rallies, resources and programs have reached more than 500,000 children globally. By developing each child’s emotional intelligence, children can become happier, healthier and more compassionate – leading to a drastic increase in the ability to manage conflict and reducing the amount of bullying instances.
To celebrate the partnership, seven WWE Superstars were in attendance at Union League Boys & Girls Clubs in Chicago, including WWE Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair, Montez Ford, Angelo Dawkins, Dana Brooke, Sonya Deville, Nikki A.S.H. and Happy Corbin. WWE Global Ambassador and Boys & Girls Club Alumni member Titus O’Neil led the “Be a STAR” rally and was joined by NFL Hall of Famer and Boys & Girls Club Alumni Member Andre Reed and model/actress and Boys & Girls Club Alumni Member Damaris Lewis.
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— Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful.com (@SeanRossSapp) May 4, 2022
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