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The Camel Project Hosts Bullying Prevention Town Hall

Jun 27, 2018 • by The Camel Project
The Camel Project

Bullying leads to crime, violence, depression, and suicide. The Camel Project, a 501(c)3, is hosting a town hall, for the public, to increase awareness of bullying and how the Lehigh Valley community and business leaders can create a sustainable, bully-free schools, businesses, and families.

Founder and Executive Director, Pamela S. Gockley, is author of Not All Camels Are In The Desert, the inspiration for The Camel Project. Having been bullied throughout her youth, Pam and The Camel Project are on a mission to provide safe, bullying-free “protected zones” at our schools, homes, and workplaces.

WHEN: July 19, 2018 from 5pm – 8pm

WHERE: Body, Mind & Spirit

4531 D Kutztown Road

Temple, PA 19560

The Camel Project empowers and builds confidence by introducing alternative responses to bullies. The 501(c)3 non-profit focuses on self-awareness and discovering one’s authentic self, which leads to innovative, real-time solutions. 

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