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Volunteering at JoinOne Anti-Bullying Organization is a great way to further a cause, support an organization, and make a difference in your community. It can also be an opportunity to meet new people and learn new skills. If you'd like to give something besides money, consider lending your time and talents to organizations that are important to you like the ARTIST TEEBO JoinOne Anti-Bullying Organizaiton. It is an opportunity to serve.



JoinOne Anti-Bullying Organization believes that students input can improve and strengthen programs in ways that the Teachers could not do alone. Students bring new energy and ideas to the program. Student leaders at JoinOne Anti-Bullying Organization teach their peers to get involved and to learn anti-bullying skills that can be transferable to the classroom and community. Finally, student's deepens each student's commitment to literacy and increases the chances that the student will continue to learn anti-bullying tactics.


Our children are important to us, and so is their education.  There are many roles that kids can play.  Kids can bully others, they can be bullied, or they may witness bullying. When kids are involved in bullying, they often play more than one role. Sometimes kids may both be bullied and bully others or they may witness other kids being bullied. It is important to understand the multiple roles kids play in order to effectively prevent and respond to bullying.  Good teachers love helping children and young adults develop intellectually and emotionally, despite diverse challenges like being bullied. Becoming a JoinOne educator you will be educating kids on how to handle all forms of bullying.


There are many reasons to join up with JoinOne Anti-Bullying dance team:

  • You and your teammates will bring out the best in each other. “Being on a dance team will teach you to push yourself. 

  • Teamwork will become your mantra. “It’s not about individual talent; it’s about what the team can do as a whole.

  • The skills you develop will help you for the rest of your life. “Being part of JoinOne dance team will teach you discipline, time management and how to take constructive criticism—skills that make you a better dancer and a better person.

  • You’ll get the chance to serve your community.

  • You’ll get to keep dancing—and growing—after high school. “Being on the team will let you continue to share your talents, improve your dancing and make lasting connections in the dance world.

  • You’ll have many “once in a lifetime” experiences. “As a JoinOne dancer, You’ll have opportunities that will stay with you forever.

  • You’ll learn how to be a role model. Dance in front of huge crowds will force you to have confidence and poise. 

  • You’ll see first hand that hard work pays off. “Rehearsing will keep you motivated and ready for the world.

  • You’ll get serious adrenaline rushes. “The excitement of performing in front of massive crowds is incomparable. It makes all the hard work in rehearsals worth it. The atmosphere is electric, and you will feel so much unity with your team.

  • You’ll become part of a sisterhood/brotherhood.



Being a part of JoinOne Anti-Bullying basketball team is about more than just winning. Basketball benefits you when you win, when you lose, and when you don’t even get off the bench. Basketball can improve your health and teach skills that last a lifetime. You don’t have to win every game for basketball to improve your mental health. The physical boost you receive here at JoinOne from basketball helps release endorphins in your brain, making you feel better emotionally. You may also sleep better at night, feeling more rested and alert the next day. When you’re under pressure at school, JoinOne believe that shooting hoops or practicing drills can help you focus your energy and de-stress you. Sinking the three-pointer or improving your free-throw percentage can give you a natural high. Whether you’re playing competitively in a league or just for recreation at the park, JoinOne Anti-Bullying Organization believe that basketball benefits your social life as well. You may form friendships that drift off at the close of the season or last for years. Even if you don’t become buddy-buddy with many members of your team, the skills you learn here at JoinOne dealing with the different personality types can help you in situations off the court. You may learn to better relate to difficult personalities at school, for example, being a victim of bullying. Basketball can give you more confidence in your daily life, and it can help you to accept those times you don’t win or get what you want out of life with full confidence.

JoinOne Anti-Bullying Organization has something for everyone.  We are building self esteem & confidence, one child at a time, with our theatre team.  Our theatre classes allow each child to spread their wings at their own pace in a positive, caring environment. WHY ME?, the play was written by Artist TEEBO and Kimberlyn Henry.  This play is about relational, school, verbal, and cyber bullying. WHY ME? begins in an intermediate school called EdMayo Intermediate. Julie Gives, a young teen is a victim of a bet by two young boys named Umi and Josh. This play is very powerful and much of what happens in this play is happening all over the world today in our schools.  ARTIST TEEBO and his Team is working to get the word out in hope to Stop Bullying one school at a time.


Many of our programs, including classes was held at the Armadillo Market Place until recently due to demolitin of the building.  Please contact us for class schedule.  We do not generate any revenue and rely solely on contributions.






Nonprofit Public Charity 501 (c) (3)

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