Buckets Over Bullying launches basketball trick shot challenge with social media sensation Tristan Jass

T Jass’ Buckets Over Bullying Trick Shot Challenge began ending the youth cyberbullying crisis by raising awareness and raising funds for GoFundMe’s Buckets Over Bullying campaign for necessary cybersecurity education programs in schools

CHICAGO, March 30, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Buckets Over Bullying, a non-profit initiative whose mission is to stop cyberbullying of children and youth through awareness, advocacy and legal support, has teamed up with trickshot sensation and social media Influencer Tristan joined forces Jass (T Jass) launches T Jass’ Buckets Over Bullying Trick Shot Challenge.

In a video posted to social media, T Jass takes to the basketball court to pull off an impressive two-basket, two-ball trick shot. His challenge to everyone is that you try to hit or improve the shot. Post your best shot and post it on Instagram, follow @bucketsoverbullying and tag the account and #bucketsoverbullying before April 20th, 2023 for a chance to win a one-time basketball prize package.

Random Winner’s Package includes: four floor seats to an NBA G League Ignite game in Las Vegas (@gleagueeignite); VIP passes to interact with the team and T Jass (@tristianj22); a two-night stay at the tallest hotel in Las Vegas, Resorts World Las Vegas (@resortsworldlv), a compliment from Resorts World Las Vegas, and a one-year membership of Life Time (@lifetime.life), a nationwide athletic and wellness club.

“Get off the sidelines and do your best,” said T Jass, a founding board member of Buckets Over Bullying. “We already have some heavyweights up for the challenge, including some great basketball legends. And we’re just getting started! Do you accept the challenge! With your help, Buckets Over Bullying can help educate children and parents and put an end to cyberbullying. “

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Competition Rules:

Record trick shot video and post it on Instagram. Follow and tag @bucketsoverbullying, #bucketsoverbullying. Challenge 3 friends by tagging them

As with other popular social media fundraising challenges, those who do not complete the challenge within 24 hours are encouraged to donate $10 or more to GoFundMe’s Buckets Over Bullying campaign to support digital safety education efforts to support young people in schools. Donations are welcome even if you choose not to complete the challenge.

On April 20, 2023, Buckets Over Bullying will select one lucky winner of the NBA G League Basketball Awards Experience in Las Vegas to be announced on the Buckets Over Bullying Instagram page (@bucketsoverbullying).

“Taking and posting your best basketball trick shot is a much better use of your time and social media skills than spreading hate through cyberbullying,” said Paul Urdan, a founding board member of Buckets Over Bullying. who created the video challenge together with T Jass. “The NBA G League Ignite, Resorts World Las Vegas and Hilton and Life Time are all doing their part. Now let’s see what’s out there to top T Jass. We can’t wait to see what skills and creativity are out there.”

For more information on T Jass’ Buckets Over Bullying Trick Shot Challenge, visit the official website here.

If you are in a crisis, call or text the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline at 988, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The Lifeline provides confidential support for people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress. Support is also available via live chat. Para ayuda en español, lame al 988.

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About Buckets Over Bullying:

Buckets Over Bullying is a non-profit initiative of the Bronstein Family Foundation whose mission is to eliminate cyberbullying of children and young people. The sports-centric initiative is a call to action following the untimely death of Nate Bronstein, a 15-year-old Chicago student who was tragically lost to suicide on Jan. 13, 2022 after being relentlessly bullied online and told, “Go and kill yourself!” from classmates and teammates via text messages and Snapchat at the Latin School of Chicago. Through education, legislation, and legal action, Buckets Over Bullying seeks to prevent what happened to 15-year-old Nate and countless others, promote honest digital citizenship, and advocate for accountability of cyberbullyers and those who enable them. Visit www.bucketsoverbullying.org

Contact for Buckets Over Bullying:

[email protected]

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