Mrs Mac’s to help tackle bullying in Australian schools

20190318_Make_Bulling_History-RE-EDITS-19Pastry goods business Mrs Mac’s has announced a two-year partnership with the Make Bullying History Foundation (MBHF) to help stop bullying in Aussie schools.

At a seminar in Glenwood High School in Sydney, both organisations launched their partnership and helped educate over 200 Year 7 students at the event.

“Mrs Mac’s has a strong culture of fairness and, as a family-owned business, we feel aligned to the commitment the Make Bullying History Foundation is making to educate young people and guardians about the devastating effects bullying can have on those around them. We’re very happy to announce our partnership for the next two years and look forward to working with the foundation,” Drew Fairnham, general manager, Sales and Marketing at Mrs Mac’s.

The organisations will hold educational seminars for primary and secondary school students and give development workshops for teachers and parents so that they can help create a holistic school community approach to disarm bullying.

“Make Bullying History always aims to be the very best in what we do – educating students and families on how to identify and stop bullying. It’s a life-altering issue so
we must always strive to improve and be the best,” Brett Murray, CEO and co-founder of MBHF.

“We only partner with organisations that hold the same values. Bullying is an awful behaviour that impacts individuals and their families. The great weapon to stop bullying is family. Mrs Mac’s are family-owned and always strive for excellence, so to join forces with them was a natural fit.”

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