Happiness addresses bullying at its core

Bullying is a symptom. It’s a by-product of negative feelings associated with environments where fear and aggression thrive. But it doesn’t have to be this way.  

We can stop bullying in its tracks by teaching happiness. That’s why Key Club is teaming up with Project Happiness, a nonprofit organization with a mission to inspire and empower people to create greater happiness within themselves and their communities.  

Science says happiness is a skill set. And the project’s resources are based on neuroscience, positive psychology and mindfulness. In fact, they’re available to anyone who wants to create a kinder, more compassionate community.  

Use the Key Club Guide to Project Happiness to start a happiness movement within your club and school.

Interested in increasing your happiness quotient while helping others gain this important skill set? Register now to participate in the Project Happiness Virtual Race for Wellness Campaign, September 15 to October 15. Learn how your participation provides other schools and communities access to Project Happiness’ resources.