Warrior Kindness Initiative Education Grant

Teachers, counselors, and administrators care about their students, want them to succeed, and are committed to helping them achieve their goals.  When students are afraid of school violence and/or being bullied, they cannot focus on their goals.  Every child should feel safe at school.

You have come to the right place if you want to break down barriers, give voice to the voiceless, welcome diversity, empower the fearful, and to be a culture of kindness and inclusivity. 

There are great resources for anti-bullying curriculum and kindness incentives available to teachers, counselors, and administrators.  Some resources are free.  Other resources cost money.  This site is designed to help you cover the costs of providing a positive school climate and culture.

This grant is open to

  • every teacher, counselor, and administrator.
  • every public and private school.
  • any age group.
  • any economic group.
  • every classroom, school, and county.

This grant can be used during or after school and for any anti-bullying or anti-violence curriculum and kindness initiatives.

Great for schools who use Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS).

No proposals are too big or too small. Ask for what you need. Just provide documentation.

About Warrior Kindness Initiative

The Warrior Kindness Initiative was formed in 2022 by 15-year-old Brodie Mullin.  Brodie was bullied for having long hair and cyberbullied when he released a song on YouTube.  He turned that negativity into something positive.  He wrote a song titled, “Warrior.”  The song is about being kind to everyone even if we don’t look like them or have the same views and beliefs.  He also sings about being an upstander or ally to stop bullying and to let victims know to focus on supporters, follow their dreams, and not to let anyone stand in the way of their destiny – to follow their passion and purpose.  He hopes the song empowers allies and victims.  “Warrior” won Song of the Year at the Atlanta Kidz Choice Awardz.

After the song came out, many people told Brodie about their experience with bullies.  As a teenager in a public high school and an influencer, he continues to see bullying happen every day.  He believes that we can teach students to be kind to one another and to be inclusive.  So, he started the Warrior Kindness Initiative to help teachers change the school climate and culture.

Our Partners

This community of corporate leaders share our vision of creating a world of kindness.  Thank you for your support.  Together we are making a difference in the lives of children every day.

Join the community of bold leaders who share of vision of creating a world where kindness is the key to success.

* The Warrior Kindness Initiative is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt nonprofit organization.  All contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

100% of your donation will be applied to the grants that teachers, counselors, and administrators can apply for.

For more information, visit the Donate page.


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