End Violence and Bullying in Central Oregon Schools
Serendipity West Foundation brings positive, interactive anti-bullying programs to Central Oregon schools.
For millions of young people, bullying, violence, and other forms of oppression are a part of a typical school day. Many students are afraid to walk down the halls for fear of being teased or humiliated. Others feel so alone and frightened that they cannot even pay attention in their classes.
Serendipity West Foundation is the vehicle for bringing Challenge Day to Central Oregon middle schools and high schools, providing administrative support and funding to make the programs a reality. In addition, Serendipity West Foundation’s mission is to bring this and other youth-centric programs to Central Oregon.
Challenge Day is a day-long interactive workshop where teens, teachers, and community members experience for themselves that compassion and connection are indeed possible in our schools.
To date, Serendipity West Foundation has directly impacted over 5,300 teens and 1,650 adult volunteers at 55 Challenge Days in 14 middle and high schools in Central Oregon. Serendipity West Foundation’s goal is to bring Challenge Day to every middle school and every high school in Central Oregon, every year.
How do I contribute?
Your support will get our award-winning program into the lives of the youth and the educators who need them the most. Together we can prepare our students for success by giving them the tools they deserve today.
or make checks payable to:
Serendipity West Foundation
20291 Poe Sholes Dr.
Bend, OR 97701
Our Central Oregon teens thank you for your support.