Safe Fleet Announces 2019 Anti-bullying Grant Winners

$50,000 Will Be Awarded to Increase Safety and Decrease Bullying

BELTON, MO (June 11, 2019) – Safe Fleet is excited to announce the winners of the 2019 United to End Bullying Grant program.  Forty-seven school districts and community organizations in the US and Canada that presented the best strategies to stop bullying were selected to receive grant funding this year totalling $50,000.

The annual United to End Bullying (UEB) grant program was created in 2015 to fund grassroots anti-bullying efforts in local communities. “Safety is part of everything we do,” says John R. Knox, Chairman and CEO of Safe Fleet. “This grant program is an important part of our commitment to safety in our communities, enabling local organizations to inspire kindness and equip children and adults with the knowledge and tools to end bullying.”

“We received so many deserving grant applications this year”, said Lisa Radesco, UEB Coordinator for Safe Fleet’s Nesconset, NY location. “It was really tough to select the list of winners.”

Each grant winner will be contacted over the next several weeks with details on the amount of funding granted and how to collect their award. To find out more about Safe Fleet’s United to End Bullying program visit

2019 United to End Bullying Grant Winners:

Anglophone School District West, Fredericton, NB

Azalea Blossom, Inc., Brooklyn, NY

BC Epilepsy Society, Vancouver, BC

Blenheim Bus Lines, Blenheim, ON

Boulder Valley School District, Boulder, CO

Broward County School District Student Services, Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Buffalo Creek Elementary, Spring Branch ISD, Houston, TX

Burke County Public Schools, Waynesboro, GA

Cahokia Unit School District 187, Cahokia, IL

Chavez Huerta K-12 Preparatory Academy, Pueblo, CO

Children, Inc., Covington, KY

Community Treatment Inc., Festus, MO

District 191, Burnsville, MN

Ella’s Way, Inc, North Andover, MA

Five Star Life, Elkhart, IN

Flowing Wells Unified School District #3, Tucson, AZ

Fly by Nature Foundation, Fort Washington, MD

FREE2LUV, Seattle, WA

Guilford County Schools (Mental Health Support Services of NC), Greensboro, NC

Hampton Park Elementary School, School District #43, Coquitlam, BC

Hindu American Foundation, Washington, DC

Hult Center for Healthy Living, Peoria, IL

Humboldt Public School, Humboldt, SK

International Bullying Prevention Association, Troy, MI

Lincoln Park Middle School, ISD 709, Duluth, MN

Magnolia School District, Anaheim, CA

Moreland Elementary (ISD 197), West St. Paul, MN

Mount Gallant Elementary School, Rock Hill, SC

Museo de Las Americas, Denver, CO

Newport Public Schools, Newport, RI

PeaceMaker Minnesota, Roseville, MN

Pleasant Hill Adventist Academy, Martinez, CA

Riverside Medical Clinic Charitable Foundation, Riverside, CA

Sacramento City Unified School District, Sacramento, CA

Sheltered Reality Inc., West Liberty, IA

South Bend Community School Corporation, South Bend, IN

South Washington Schools, Cottage Grove, MN

Southeast Cornerstone Public School Division, Estevan, SK

Spark Theatre Company, Elyria, ON

St. John’s Lutheran School, Winston-Salem, NC

The Art of Imagination, Kansas City, MO

ThinkGive Inc., Concord, MA

Waconia Public Schools, Waconia, MN

Washington County School District, Springfield, KY

Wayne County Public Schools, Goldsboro, NC

West St. Paul Police Dept., West St. Paul, MN

YWCA Boulder County, Boulder, CO

About Safe Fleet

Headquartered in Belton, MO, Safe Fleet owns a portfolio of brands that provide safety and productivity solutions to fleet vehicle manufacturers and operators around the world. These brands serve several major markets including: Bus, Rail, RV, Truck & Trailer, Work Truck, Law Enforcement, Fire, EMS, Industrial, Construction, Agriculture, Waste/Recycling and Military. With over 1,600 employees and 14 manufacturing locations, Safe Fleet targets markets with increasing demand for operator, passenger, and pedestrian safety. For more information about Safe Fleet and our portfolio of brands please visit

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For more information about this release, please contact:

Lori Jetha
VP, Marketing