Grant projects

  • Video offers advice for young people

    The Gladstone PCYC youth management team is helping young people deal with cyberbullying and encouraging them to seek help.

  • Standing up not standing by at Holland Park State School

    Senior students at Holland Park State School receive a daily reminder to 'Don't stand by, stand up to cyberbullying'.

  • Cyberspace and Me

    Young people participating in the Kidz Youth Community Cyberspace and Me project have used art to safely explore and express their experience of cyberbullying.

  • Gordonvale's month of cyberbullying awareness

    November 2019 was cyberbullying awareness month at Gordonvale State High School thanks to a Tackle Cyberbullying grant.

  • Small school's big message with new mural

    Taabinga State School has been spreading kindness, love, and friendship with the help of a brand new mural.

  • Cyber-smash

    A scavenger hunt, outdoor activities and face painting were part of the Cyber-smash event held in Upper Coomera to raise young people’s awareness of the negative effects of cyberbullying.

  • Left on Read music video

    Young people in Meadowbrook collaborated to create a song and video with an empowering message about dealing with cyberbullying.

The Gladstone PCYC youth management team

Video offers advice for young people

The Gladstone PCYC youth management team is helping other local young people deal with cyberbullying.

Holland Park State School

Standing up not standing by at Holland Park State School

Senior students receive a daily reminder to 'Don't stand by, stand up to cyberbullying' thanks to a program of anti-cyberbullying activities held in late 2019.

Kidz Youth Community Moreton Bay Region

Cyberspace and Me

Young people participating in the Kidz Youth Community Cyberspace and Me project have used art to express their experience of cyberbullying.

Gordonvale State High School

Gordonvale's month of cyberbullying awareness

A grant secured by Gordonvale State High School's parents and citizens has helped students and staff to tackle cyberbullying. 

Small school’s big message with new mural

Taabinga State School P&C Association received a Tackle Cyberbullying grant to paint a mural with anti-cyberbullying messages.

Cyber-smash

A scavenger hunt, outdoor activities and face painting were part of the Cyber-smash event held in Upper Coomera to raise young people’s awareness of the negative effects of cyberbullying.

Left on Read music video

Young people in Meadowbrook collaborated to create a song and video with an empowering message about dealing with cyberbullying.