Help kids learn about tolerance, diversity and bullying prevention.  This message is from the Kidsbridge Tolerance Museum, which shares many of the values of Not in Our Town. It us tge only youth-oriented tolerance museum in the United States. It needs volunteers, as below:

Volunteers work with small groups of students guiding them through fun, interactive exhibits and discussions.  The Kidsbridge Tolerance Museum hosts field trips of elementary and middle school students. Field trips take place between 9:30 AM and 1:30 PM. Volunteers may work 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM or 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM – or the entire session.  We will train you. Volunteers participate as often or as little as they prefer.  Location: The Ewing Senior Community Center, 999 Lower Ferry Rd.-Ewing  Easy access from I-95    Free Parking,. Contact Rebecca at

Kidsbridge programs focus on such areas as bullying and cyberbullying prevention; tolerance, diversity appreciation and respect for all persons; victim empowerment and positive self-esteem; conflict resolution and empathy; sensitivity to persons with disabilities; understanding of LGBT persons, and grassroots youth activism.