Bullying Related Problems

How do I get help?

Are you the parent or guardian of a bullied child between 7-19 years of age in a school environment who has shown signs of low self-esteem and other bullying-related problems? Despite our inability to help in more areas, there are some things we can do to help. 

Having been a victim of bullying myself, I am aware of the long-term and short-term harm it can cause. 

I also know some children require more than a onetime solution. Some need more ongoing support as they progress through school. 

Steps to apply:

Although you can only apply to one category per year, you can apply to two categories.


  • Category: self-esteem/self-confidence
    • Subcategory: online/offline tutoring.
  • Category: Basic medical care
    • Eye exam & glasses.

  1. To begin, go to Ways We Help and select the category/subcategory you believe will be most helpful to the well-being of your child.
  2. Research businesses on or offline that you feel can help your child in the category you choose.
  3. Submit a letter describing your child’s bullying-related problems, how you have discussed the problem with him or her, and why you believe what you choose will be helpful.
  4. Download and complete the fillable form in its entirety.
  5. Email the form and the letter to info@asjennyran.org

As long as your child meets the eligibility requirements and we have funding, we can help. It’s simple as that.

Upon reviewing all applications, we will let you know via email whether your application has been accepted, rejected, or if we need further information.