Winners Of The Stop Cyberbullying Day Contests Announced
A huge thank you to Ubisoft, Normani Kordei and One Minute Briefs for contributing to this year's amazing giveaways. For more information about becoming Official Partners for Stop Cyberbullying Day 2018, follow the links at the end of this article.
Following on from the huge success of the day itself, we are delighted to announce the winners of our various Stop Cyberbullying Day 2017 contests and giveaways.
For each giveaway we asked people around the world to contribute in celebrating a diverse and inclusive internet by using the hashtag #STOPCYBERBULLYINGDAY on social media – sharing their messages of hope, support and empowerment. On the day itself, we announced 3 different contests alongside our partners and supporters which included – an exclusive games and merchandise giveaway with Ubisoft, a chance to win one of 3 Cybersmile #POSITIVITY t-shirts signed by Normani Kordei and a One Minute Briefs’ design competition.
- Jeremy Aragon – Ubisoft Swag
- Briana Fuller – Signed Normani #POSITIVITY T-Shirt
- Aisling Kennedy – Signed Normani #POSITIVITY T-Shirt
- Veronica Balloch – Signed Normani #POSITIVITY T-Shirt
- Steve Sinyard – One Minute Briefs
One Minute Brief of the Day: Create posters for #STOPCYBERBULLYINGDAY with @CybersmileHQ Brief here: https://t.co/gABp13nilG £250 PRIZE!! RT
— One Minute Briefs (@OneMinuteBriefs) June 16, 2017
We’ve teamed up with @Ubisoft for a cool giveaway. Tweet positive messages using #STOPCYBERBULLYINGDAY to win https://t.co/KsToBkXpLf pic.twitter.com/2S36LC5Orc
— CybersmileFoundation (@CybersmileHQ) June 16, 2017
Loves! Tweet using #STOPCYBERBULLYINGDAY with a positive message to win one of my signed t-shirts! You can enter more than once, good luck! pic.twitter.com/QHygNCSXAC
— NormaniKordei (@NormaniKordei) June 16, 2017
As usual, the volume of responses to the various contests was overwhelming and we received thousands of entries! Below you’ll find some of our favorite contributions from the day. A huge thank you to all those who shared their messages of positivity and support for an internet without exclusion.
Dont see yourself as the problem, The person who is bullying you is the one with the issue, not you. #STOPCYBERBULLYINGDAY
— Baetrayer (@RealBaetrayer) June 16, 2017
Words can be deadly. Think before you type. @OneMinuteBriefs @CybersmileHQ #STOPCYBERBULLYINGDAY pic.twitter.com/hyWqioHQRg
— Steve Sinyard (@SteveSinyard) June 16, 2017
Always believe in yourself and love yourself the way you’re, because you don’t have to change to be loved! #STOPCYBERBULLYINGDAY
— Fê loves 5H (@FernandaHamada) June 16, 2017
#STOPCYBERBULLYINGDAY you are valued, your feelings are valued and your life are valued don’t give up you are loved
— maria (@Imjprepon) June 16, 2017
You are beautiful and loved #STOPCYBERBULLYINGDAY
— ♡Shells||19♡ (@BeAllyrightHaiz) June 16, 2017
Every click could be a bruise #STOPCYBERBULLYINGDAY @CybersmileHQ @OneMinuteBriefs @AskCybersmile #Advertising pic.twitter.com/sFtgRFHNXX
— Adcopyhere (@addcopyhere) June 16, 2017
the people who engage in this are insecure about themselves. they hate behind a screen, dont let that get to you. #STOPCYBERBULLYINGDAY
— Kayla ⬇️ (@LEGENDHARMONY) June 17, 2017
#STOPCYBERBULLYINGDAY The best way to find yourself is cyberbullying, is not supporting the negative comments and reporting
— Neosamuraisoul (@Theneogamersoul) June 16, 2017
#STOPCYBERBULLYINGDAY @CybersmileHQ pic.twitter.com/InRT5OEFzM
— Emily Isaacs (@Emily_Noel95) June 16, 2017
Words don’t have to be spoken aloud to be hurtful to someone. Always think before you type and post. Be considerate. #STOPCYBERBULLYINGDAY
— ❤️Hailey❤️ (@xbleedingblissx) June 16, 2017
The only person who truly knows you, is you. So, just shrug your shoulders , wear a smile and say “you don’t know me” #STOPCYBERBULLYINGDAY
— Peter Collins (@peter_collins17) June 16, 2017
Always believe in yourself and love yourself the way you’re, because you don’t have to change to be loved! Love always#STOPCYBERBULLYINGDAY
— Fê loves 5H (@FernandaHamada) June 16, 2017
NEVER be afraid to speak up. Bullying is far too common, especially online; as it’s cowardy. Stay strong & voice it. #STOPCYBERBULLYINGDAY
— SXVXN (@SxvxnYT) June 16, 2017
– You’re not a failure.
– You do not need to be afraid.
– You are loved.
– You are not alone.
– I believe you. #STOPCYBERBULLYINGDAY
— ♕ana follow me dinah (@cuttestdinah) June 16, 2017
.@OneMinuteBriefs @CybersmileHQ quick #OMB for #stopcyberbullyingday pic.twitter.com/Es4QdxeW6L
— David Webb (@Wavey_Gravy) June 16, 2017
#STOPCYBERBULLYINGDAY bullies are just that bullies, acting hard when really they’re anything but. Don’t fear them pity them.
— Ian Chambers (@wormholeextreme) June 16, 2017
WORDS KILL #StopCyberBullyingday@OneMinuteBriefs@CybersmileHQ@AskCybersmile#stopbullying#advertisingpic.twitter.com/1o13QGrZ97
— ZED (@ZedTrafficker) June 16, 2017
We would like to say a very special thank you to One Minute Briefs, Ubisoft, our Diversity Ambassador Normani Kordei and everybody around the world who participated in this year’s contests and giveaways – we couldn’t have done it without you!
If you would like to align your company alongside Cybersmile and some of the world’s leading brands for Stop Cyberbullying Day 2018, please email [email protected] or check out the becoming an official partner section of the website. For more information about Cybersmile and the work we do, please explore the suggestions below.
- Stop Cyberbullying Day Official Website
- People We’ve Helped!
- Who Are Cybersmile?
- Stop Cyberbullying Day 2017 Highlights
- Global Support Sevice
- Stop Cyberbullying Day International Survey 2017
- Cybersmile Gaming
- Official Cybersmile Ambassadors
- Corporate Partnership Program
- School Partnership Program
- Become a Cybersmile Sustainer
What did you do for Stop Cyberbullying Day? Tweet us @CybersmileHQ.