We’re on a mission to cultivate online communities that are kind, safe, and inclusive. In the current climate, this has never been more important.
Show your creativity, unite with content creators, and share the love with your community – by utilising your platform to raise funds and awareness, you can drive positive and lifechanging difference in the lives of young people globally.
Get started by setting up your campaign.
Create your content solo or as a team and get fundraising.
Keep fundraising and stay involved to unlock exclusive loot.
We want to support you to be safe, informed, prepared, and ultimately blow the roof off the joint, so we’ve put together some tools to make sure your event is both successful and safe for you and for your community.MORE RESOURCES
Whether you’re into games (from Apex Legends to Minecraft), music, body painting, cooking, just chatting, or anything in-between, you can power up with Anti-Bullying Pro.
Get excited, and your community will be excited to see you excited! Promote the event across your platforms in advance, and talk about your incentives tobuild anticipation
If you are concerned that someone is in danger, contact the police. You can also go through their non-emergency channels for less severe cases, such as your online safety being at risk.
It is a paramount that you take the time to prioritise your wellbeing before burning out.
Bullying behaviour is repeated negative behaviour that is intended to make others feel upset, uncomfortable and unsafe
At The Diana Award, we believe in providing a platform for young people to step into their power to speak about topics and issues that may be triggering to certain audiences.
Online abuse is a catch-all term for various tactics and malicious behaviours online. This ranges from sharing embarrassing or cruel content about a person, impersonating, doxing and stalking, to the non-consensual use of photography and violent threats.”
The Diana Award can’t defend the content of any individual stream on a third-party platform. By fundraising for the Diana Award, one agrees to the Statement of Principles.
“During lockdown, the campaign was an opportunity to have fun and make people happy while also making an impact for young people affected by bullying, struggling with mental health, being discriminated against, or maybe are isolated.”
“Everyone that I have spoken with that has done a charity stream has only good things to say. That speaks volumes for Anti-Bullying Pro. The community has introduced me to a lot of amazing people who I still talk to daily!”
“Thank you for helping me use my platform to spread awareness, share resources and raise essential funds to tackle bullying online and IRL. The whole community involved has been so positive and welcoming, and really stands by the overall mission.”