Since 2010, several Rider players have been trained by the Red Cross to deliver bullying prevention presentations to youth. The players speak to students about how to take a stand and stop bullying before it starts. Watch the Image No Bullying video
Each year, players are trained by the Red Cross to speak about bullying. The Red Cross bullying prevention education is evidence-based and explores all aspects of bullying and peer harassment. Last year, more than 20,000 students were reached through these presentations. This Red Cross program is also recommended as a resource by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education.
Presentations are 1.5 hours in length and are ideal for students grades 6-12.
To learn more or to book a presentation at your school please contact the Red Cross at firstname.lastname@example.org or 306-668-0712.
Imagine No Bullying School Presentation Booking Sheet
At present Scott McHenry, Dan Clark, Levi Steinhauer, Nic Demski, Weldon Brown and Anthony Allen have been trained by the Red Cross and are delivering presentations at schools. Past players that have been involved are Neal Hughes, Luc Mullinder, Keith Shologan, Chris Getzlaf and Weston Dressler.