The Tyler Clementi Foundation works to end online and offline bullying in schools, workplaces and faith communities to honor the legacy of Tyler Clementi.

Our Impactful Work

National Bullying Prevention Month 2022

October is Bullying Prevention Month. During this month we encourage students, schools, workplaces and communities all over the world to take a stand against bullying by signing our Upstander Pledge.

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Shop for Good – 09.29.2022

Shop for Good with Kendra Scott. Friends in New Jersey, join CoFounder & CEO  on 9/29 at 6pm for a Cocktail Party at the Kendra Scott store in Short Hills. 20% of each sale will support our life-saving work!

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Upstander Legacy Celebration – 10.20.2022

The Tyler Clementi Foundation’s Upstander Legacy Gala is a festive and fabulous evening dedicated to celebrating our work to end online and offline bullying as we name two champions of our work as our 2022 Upstanders! (You can see photos...

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Statement from Catholic Bishops

If you are a Catholic Bishop and would like to add your name, please email If you would like to share your gratitude to the Catholic Bishops who have boldly and courageously added their names to this statement, please click here....

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Cyberbullying is any unwanted, aggressive online behavior that is intentionally hurtful and targeted. It may or may not include a power-dynamic or discrimination based on race/ethnicity, nationality, gender, sexuality, ability, body size/shape faith, or any other difference and it can result in feelings of humiliation, shame, or embarrassment. It is often repeated and it can sometimes be difficult for the target to avoid.


Click here to download a PDF version of the Cybersafety Guide.

Workout with SweatBox in DC

Tyler Clementi Foundation is partnering with Sweatbox to work out for a cause!! To register please fill out the form below. Requesting proof of vaccination...

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Tyler's Story

In 2011, the Tyler Clementi Foundation was founded by the Clementi family to prevent bullying through inclusion and the assertion of dignity and acceptance as a way to honor the memory of Tyler: a son, a brother, and a friend.

Not only do we continue to carry the important message about the suicide risk facing many LGBT youth, who can be three to seven times more at risk for suicide than other youth, but also our message of standing up to bullying speaks universally across all cultures and identities.


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