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Peer Mediation:

SCMA Issues Challenge Grant!

March 14, 2017

SCMA President Jason Harper recently wrote to you introducing the SCMA Education Foundation as the charitable and educational arm of the SCMA and its work supporting Peer Mediation Programs in our schools. 

We’re delighted to let you know that SCMA has just issued its Third Annual Challenge Grant to the Foundation to support these programs and the extraordinary students who serve as mediators. 

And you can help us meet that challenge. Just click here and contribute!

These students are absolutely compelling. They are well-trained in the principles and practices of mediation, they serve their schools as volunteers, they learn the essential life skills of effective communications and conflict resolution at an early age, and they model what they learn, changing the environment around them. They enjoy helping others. As one student said,

“I get to increase the mental wellness and health of everyone around me and/or save people a trip to expulsion because that’s not good.”  Peer mediators also think of mediation as a way of interacting, not just as a process for resolving a disagreement.

I’m writing to ask you to help us meet the 2017 Challenge and support peer mediation programs in our schools.

With your help we can give the experience of peaceful conflict resolution to students. Our goal is to raise $5,000 by April 30. If just 100 people contribute $50 each, we can reach the goal easily. And if you’d like to contribute another amount, large or small, just write it in. Every contribution makes a difference.

Click here to be one of the first to contribute. All contributions are important and support these programs.

You can make a difference in our schools. Please contribute generously.

Thank you. The students and the Foundation really appreciate it. 

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