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Choose Kindness when you head back to school this year. Take the Kindness Pledge in a Smiggle store and show your support of anti-bullying initiative Dolly’s Dream by promising to look after your friends and classmates, to be kind and to speak even if your voice shakes.

To celebrate creating a kinder community of kids, you can win a Smiggle Gift Voucher to spend on your very own selection of cool Back to School goodies, plus the opportunity for your family to take the DigiPledge thanks to your buddies at Smiggle.

You can take the Dolly’s Dream DigiPledge, a fun online quiz to help teach kids how to make the right choices online and explore the consequences of making poor decisions, visit parenthub.dollysdream.org.au

Visit dollysdream.org.au today to find out more about Dolly’s Dream and how you can help support their vision to end bullying.

Check out the best Back To School gear at Smiggle stores nationally (and internationally!!) or online at www.smiggle.com.

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Please note this competition is open from 8 January 2021 until 15 February 2021 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. N. PeletonNSW
  2. L. ShaveNSW
  3. T. GraySA
  4. S. AfflickVIC
  5. J. LovattVIC
  • My son would be happy to share it through a video and then we will upload it so that we can share more and more. Its such a beautiful and important message


  • Bullying has been around for years and people have been too scared to speak up about it due to getting bullied even more. We need to keep the communications going with our children talk and most of all listen to what they have to say


  • We talk to our kids daily about being kind and treating everyone with love & kindness, the way we like to be treated. We speak about what makes us happy & sad on a daily basis and we also discuss how everyone has different feelings and emotions. We love kindness!


  • We should stop bullying as is so last century!
    It hurts all the victim’s every living memory.
    Dolly’s anti-bullying dream is worth fighting for.
    Let’s show the bullys, out you go! – there’s the door!


  • I would help Dolly’s Dream to stop bullying by spreading further awareness amongst parents through social media as our child’s school has various parental chats and facebook groups where this information would be useful and appreciated.


  • Learning about bullying starts from home. We talk to them about bullying, kindness, getting support and supporting others to them when the opportunity arises.


  • I have always been open with my kids and shared the importance of kindness, we have a beautiful poster with im kind, im strong, im brave which we read each night, with a daughter starting high school this year its more important than ever


  • We have a no bully policy at both schools
    We have a buddy bench so if you sit on the bench someone will play with you .
    We have a quite room so you can go there to play board games etc with other people .


  • Social media has great teen appeal,
    Kids forget bullying impacts are real,
    Parents, teachers, raise the idea,
    But nothing counts like words of a peer,
    Class workshops, conversation starts,
    Young guest speakers, talk from the heart,
    Only when everyone is truly seen,
    DOLLY’s DREAM: Listen to the MOUTHS OF teens.


  • By always looking out for my friends and classmates and being kind, caring and friendly


  • I would help by making sure every kid from pre school is educated about the effects of bullying and what to do if you feel sad or lonely. They need to know what behaviour isn’t ok


  • More talk needs to be done in schools and at home to make kids aware of how bullying effects others and also fundraising to go towards the growth of these in schools


  • To put it simply talking. Talking to parents, friends, doctors anyone who will listen and listen. Listen to friends and then discuss this with trusted adults.


  • To make sure to educate parents as well as kids cause bully mentality alot of time starts at home and by making bullies see the damage they can do


  • I would challenge my kids to pick a different class member to play with at lunchtime every day , that way they will make new friends and take care of the ones that are a bit shy.


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