No after-school clubs?
Are your kids missing the social aspect of learning?
Are they running out of things to do at home?
We're here to help lighten your load, fill a gap and keep your kids safe online.
Our program brings kids together for a creative and social outlet, getting them up and moving, having fun and even learning new skills. Each supervised session is 60 minutes, 1 time per week for 4 weeks. Groups are organized by grade level with age-appropriate activities and skills sets.
Take a look at one group below⏤4th and 5th graders engaging, learning and having FUN!
The DON'T WAIT Project® was founded by Lisa Bradshaw in 2011 and is a 501c3 non-profit organization, partnering with filmmaker, educator and UnMake a Bully creator Mike Feurstein. Since 2012, our DON’T WAIT to UnMake programs have produced 100s of PSAs with more than 10,000 students, grades 4-12, and also produced educational content for TEDx.
For more information, please SEE THE VIDEOS BELOW below, DOWNLOAD the info sheet and recommendations or CONTACT US.
DON'T WAIT to UnMake™ Program Series Director Mike Feurstein produced this video, How to UnMake Standardization, as part of the TEDx Wenatchee presentation in 2019.
MIKE FEURSTEIN (AKA Mr. Mike) is the creator of UnMake a Bully and a partner in the DON'T WAIT to UnMake program series. Feurstein brings media into classrooms for project-based enrichment and runs summer video camps for middle schoolers. His students' work has been screened throughout the world, including the National Film Festival for Talented Youth. Feurstein's educational series "How to UnMake a Bully" earned Telly and Sage College Champion of Character Awards and endorsements from the Kids' Coalition for Quality Children's Media, The Anti-Defamation League, CBS-6 and many more. The How to UnMake a Bully program is being used by international organizations as one of the "best tools available" for anti-bullying instruction. An award-winning filmmaker, Feurstein is dedicated to giving students a voice in the stand against bullying through film and anti-bullying education.