Get Involved in the Anti-Bullying Ambassador Programme

Whether you're a student, teacher, parent, or just interested in getting involved with the programme, there are loads of ways you can support us. From fundraising or buying our wristbands to signing up for our training to writing a letter to your local school, we appreciate ALL your support and look forward to you getting involved! 

Anti-Bullying Ambassadors

Become an Anti-Bullying Ambassador

Live in the UK? If you're under the age of 18 and in full-time education you can become an Anti-Bullying Ambassador by receiving our anti-bullying training. All you need to do is get a staff member from your school or Youth Organisation to have a look at this page here which will tell them the dates and locations we are training in and how to book on. You can check out some other ways you can get involved below.

Live outside the UK or over the age of 18? Even though you can't access our training there are still loads of ways you can get involved in the programme. Check out our ideas below.

Buy our wristbands

Wearing our Anti-Bullying wristbands is a great way to show your support and take a stand against bullying.  These are available to buy individually, as a pack of two or in bulk if you're a staff member.

Why not buy them for friends to spread the anti-bullying message? Check out our store to find out how you can get yours today!



Support us on social media

Why not promote us through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or a Blog if you have one! You could one of the suggested messages below,  link to our website or to one of our videos on YouTube. By doing this you may be helping someone by inspiring them to take a stand against bullying in their school or community.

Twitter: @AntiBullyingPro

Instagram: @AntiBullyingPro





Bullying is not ok! That's why I am supporting @DianaAward @AntiBullyingPro. You can find out more about them here:


Bullying is not ok! That's why I am supporting (@page) The DianaAward (@page) AntiBullyingPro. You can find out more about them here:

If you have any ideas about what you would like to see on our social media channels, please feel free to email

Fundraise for us


Why not fundraise for The Diana Award Anti-Bullying Campaign? All funds raised go towards helping us train more young people to become Anti-Bullying Ambassadors and reduce bullying in their schools.

If you're a student, there are loads of things you can do in your school or community to fundraising: running a bake off, hosting a movie night, taking part in a sponsored walk, offering to wash your teachers' cars... The possibilities are endless! Visit our fundraising page for ideas or download our £15 challenge pack.

If you're working for a company looking to raise money for charity, why not fundraise for us? Get in touch on for more details.

Write a letter

We have a range of letter templates suitable for students, parents, teachers and more. Download these templates today to raise awareness about the Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Programme in your local area!

  1. Generic Letter  - this letter template has lots of useful information about the Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Programme and what our training involves. Download it here
  2. 'Your School Needs Anti-Bullying Ambassadors' Letter - Whether you're a student, parent or just keen to promote the programme, this is a letter template you can use to persuade your local school to get involved with the Anti-Bullying Ambassador Programme. Download it here
  3. Letter to Local MP - This is a letter template you can use to get in touch with your local MP to ask what they are doing to tackle bullying in your area and encourage schools to get involved with the programme. Download it here
  4. Primary School Anti-Bullying Ambassador going to Secondary School - If you are currently in Primary School and going to Secondary School in September, this letter is for you to give to your new school explaining your role as an Anti-Bullying Ambassador and how you would like to continue your work there. Download it here

Become an anti-bullying role model

No matter your age, if you have an inspirational story to tell we want to hear from you!

Send us a short blog (max. 150 words) about your experience of bullying, how you overcame it and what you have achieved and 1x photo of you to for your chance to be featured on our website.


* By sending in your story/photos you are giving The Diana Award permission to use them on our website, social media and promotional materials.

Volunteer in our office

Ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes of the Anti-Bullying Ambassadors programme? Well now is your chance to find out! The Diana Award Anti-Bullying Ambassadors team are looking for passionate, enthusiastic and reliable young people to volunteer in the office for ideally two days a week over the summer. If you are passionate about stopping bullying or are thinking about working in the Charity/Education sector this would be a great opportunity for you to gain an insight into how a busy youth charity works and provide you with invaluable work experience and skills to go on your CV. 


Where: Moorgate, London (nearest tube stations are Liverpool Street and Moorgate)

Expenses:  We can make a small contribution toward travel costs if you are based in London. There will also be a lunch allowance.

If you are interested in volunteering with us, please send a short paragraph highlighting any relevant experience you may have and why you are interested in volunteering with the Anti-Bullying Ambassadors team to:


Volunteer at events

We run some very exciting Anti-bullying Events throughout the year and always appreciate volunteers who can support us on the day. Some of our events include:

  • Anti-Bullying Schools Showcase Event (Summer)
  • Check out our previous Showcase Events 
  • National Anti-Bullying Week (November)
  • Watch what we got up to at last year's National Anti-Bullying Week
  • Anti-Bullying training events (ongoing)

And many more exciting events throughout the year!

If you are interested in volunteering with us, please send a short paragraph highlighting any relevant experience you may have and why you are interested in volunteering with the Anti-Bullying Ambassadors team to:

We look forward to hearing from you!