The Unwritten Letters Project is beginning to push our campaign against bullying, as well as support suicide prevention efforts across the world.

October is National Bullying Prevention Month. See what Pacer’s Teens Against Bullying is doing and get involved in your community! October 10th is UNITY DAY where you should wear ORANGE to support the END of bullying in your school/community.

National Bullying Prevention Month – Bullying is everyone’s issue, and when we’re united, the cause is strong. What will you do to help?

Alex Boles just spoke at an Anti-Bullying event in St. Louis, MO at the Mills Mall. She will be speaking with Illinois high schools and middle schools soon about bullying prevention efforts and writing workshops. For more information, contact us at


Look for My Story on the right. Below are references and spotlights on what’s happening in the anti-bullying and suicide prevention fronts.

ULP is officially recognized as a national partner of Pacer’s Teens Against Bullying and is the only partner residing in the state of Missouri. The list of partners can be found here.

There are many ways YOU can get involved to stop bullying in your area, so follow @UnwrittenLetter for updates and events where you can make a difference.

Helpful sites to get started helping this cause:

Stop Bullying NOW!

Bullying Prevention Resource Guide:

National Center for Bullying Prevention (including teens and kids against bullying)

In Missouri: The Kaitlin Harris Foundation has partnered with ULP for events in St. Louis, and they host support groups for teen victims of suicide and their families, among other resources.

If you have a great idea to aid the bullying prevention campaign, would like to partner with ULP in this endeavor or would like to share your effort or bullying story with ULP, e-mail We would love to hear from YOU!

© Copyright 2009-2014 Unwritten Letters Project and Alex Boles


16 Responses to “Anti-Bullying”

  1. Cory April 22, 2009 at 6:37 am #

    [In response to week one’s Letter]

    This is truly beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

  2. anonymous April 25, 2009 at 3:25 am #

    [in response to week 2’s Letter]

    this is mine.
    i cried when it showed up. its pretty surreal seeing something like this that anyone in the world can see.
    but its out there.
    so thank you. very much.

  3. sethe May 7, 2009 at 2:42 am #

    [In response to week three’s Letter] Thank you for sharing this. I feel your pain… I really do! And yes! There is Heaven, it is as real as you and me. Stay strong. Nicky’s watching over you!

  4. Kohmahts May 15, 2009 at 10:13 pm #

    [In response to week four’s letter]
    Truly this letter captures accurately the emotions and the sense of family that permeates those fortunate few who have come to know one another on Twitter. I say “few” because Twitter is a huge megaplex with as many people, world views & politics as one can imagine. Within Twitter’s world community are those who’ve read the signs of the times and as the above letter states, have found solace, friendship and courage to confront the nihilists who would take the world down in flames. Every generation or two seems to be faced with it’s own crisis. This present one is our own. Like-kindred spirits find their way to one another and the very essence of what it is to be loved and to love in turn, unselfishly and at times at great price, becomes the mark of what it means to be family; to be friends and to be lovers of that Eternal Good, Who is after all, the Author of that love.

  5. Charly May 16, 2009 at 7:19 pm #

    [In response to week four’s letter]
    This is beautiful. It is true for me also, though I could never have put it so beautifully.

  6. Margie May 17, 2009 at 3:38 am #

    [In response to week four’s letter]
    You have really captured what I believe so many of us are thinking, feeling at this incredible time in history. God bless you for sharing this beautiful letter with us. I feel honored to be one who has the opportunity to read it.

  7. LindaInNC May 17, 2009 at 5:01 am #

    [In response to week four’s letter]
    This is truly a beautiful letter of love …I feel honored to be one of your twitter friends. You have certainly been a blessing to me. Thank you for taking the
    time to put your feelings into these heart warming words.
    God Bless & Keep You My Friend…

  8. Leah May 18, 2009 at 1:07 am #

    [In response to week four’s letter]

    I am honored by your letter of love and blessings to us kindred TWEETERS at heart! The magic you create is breathtaking and is truly alive with the spirit of love, kindness and divinity. : )))

    I am truly blessed to be your friend!

    With love,

  9. M June 2, 2009 at 5:19 pm #

    I know now.

    I promise too.

  10. cdean June 3, 2009 at 6:06 am #

    Love is beautiful.

  11. Someone Who Cares June 15, 2009 at 10:44 pm #

    Don’t translate the letter. Let it be for the world to see it in it’s truest form. If the person it was written to see’s your website, they will know and it will mean more because they will be one of very few that can read and feel the emotions of the letter. Alot could be lost in the translation as it sometimes is even with our native language. Leave it be, let it live as is.

  12. A Mother June 15, 2009 at 10:46 pm #

    Wow! You are really cool and smart and pretty and nice and a good listener and everyone seems to like you and admire you and I think you are alot like your mother. She really did a great job raising you and must be an amazing woman. I’m just sayin……..

  13. Ariana October 15, 2009 at 2:56 am #

    I just stumbled upon this website yesterday and I couldn’t believe it. Its amazing. I read a letter yesterday that I felt such a large connection with. It was crazy. I never thought how we are all connected on such deeper levels. I love this project. I may even sumbit some letters of my own. Thank you so much.

  14. Emily April 26, 2010 at 8:59 pm #

    This project is so wonderful. Its inspired me to write letters on my own. Things that i want to say but never can. Thank you so much for beginning this project.
    I also was wondering, would it be possible to get a copy of the letters one submits. I’ve submitted a few, but someday i might grow the courage to actually sned them to the people they’re meant for.

  15. Austen Worden November 10, 2011 at 10:50 pm #

    Singing and writting amazing music is a GREAT way for me to help others through tough times in their lives… thanks so much… love you! 🙂


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