Words Have Power
The Little HELP Project is a program run and designed completely by college-aged students for junior high school groups that aims to promote justice and empowerment within schools in southern Tasmania. The project focuses primarily on the issue of bullying, with the program’s motto “words have power” reflecting the impact that our actions and words can have on others. The group empowers students to speak up about bullying, and provides positive energy and support through their inspiring program. To find out more about the project, visit their Facebook page @ https://www.facebook.com/littlehelpproject.