Source4Teachers Pledges Support to End Bullying through Kidsbridge Tolerance Museum Walk2Stop Bullying

April 25, 2013

Cherry Hill, N.J. Source4Teachers, a national educational staffing solutions firm based in Cherry Hill, N.J., recently pledged its support to the Second Annual Kidsbridge Walk2Stop Bullying on Sunday, June 2, 2013. In addition to presenting Kidsbridge with a check for $2,500, Source4Teachers will organize a team of walkers to participate in the Walk.

Created by the Kidsbridge Tolerance Museum, located on The College of New Jersey’s campus, the Walk2Stop Bullying is designed to bring the community together in solidarity against bullying. Funds from the Walk will also benefit Kidsbridge’s impactful and targeted programs that teach strategies to combat bullying and cyberbullying.

“Bullying and cyberbullying are important issues that affect students and educators nationwide. As a leading provider of educational staffing solutions, Source4Teachers is vested in putting an end to such issues so students and teachers can focus on what’s important: quality learning experiences in safe, comfortable environments,” said Kevin Bush, President, Source4Teachers.

Kidsbridge Tolerance Museum’s interactive exhibits teach children to combat prejudice, discrimination, stereotypes, name-calling and bullying through respect, empathy and compassion. More than 2,000 students and educators visit the Museum each year.

About Source4Teachers:

Established in 2000, Source4Teachers is a leading provider of educational staffing solutions that places more than 3,500 daily and long-term substitutes in approximately 100 school districts in New Jersey and Pennsylvania each day. Source4Teachers recruits, hires, trains, coordinates and manages talented substitute teachers, substitute paraprofessionals and educational support staff with the goal of making sure that students receive the highest quality of education each and every day.