Welcome to Change Middlesbrough, we are inspired to make a difference in young people’s lives across Middlesbrough and Teesside. To do this we post updates on our social pages about bullying and what to do if you are being bullied and other updates we give is about achievement in your school work, how to perform well and what impact it will have on your life in the future if you perform well at school.

We will try our best to help you on our Facebook Page. We are basically an AWARENESS CAMPAIGN, hoping to help others with our own experiences, we have a qualified peer mentor on board and also are looking to get some more people on board with our campaign. We are hoping by 2017 to have a fully functioning facebook page with many updates and to hopefully of helped loads of people across not only Middlesbrough but also the region and maybe even the country.

Change Middlesbrough was founded by Keitan Morris in the aim to make a difference in the lives of young people and enhance achievement in school work and also engage young people into fun activities.

Having experienced the bad route himself he wants to make a difference, and with the Change Middlesbrough team this will make a difference and hopefully keep other young people out of trouble and make them succeed in life.

Note: Change Middlesbrough is an awareness guide and will post updates on how you can prevent bullying and also get help with achievement. You do not have to use Change Middlesbrough for such information.
Do NOT rely on Change Middlesbrough in any way, we are not responsible for any person. We are here to help you by suggesting ways you can prevent bullying and also enhance your achievement.
We are also here to give you strategies to help you stop behaving in an anti-social way. All is on our Facebook Page ‘Change Middlesbrough – Achievement & Anti-Bullying Awareness’.
WE DO NOT ACCEPT ANY DONATIONS, WE DO NOT NEED ANY FUNDING OR MONEY TO COMPLETE OUR GOAL WHICH IS TO RAISE AWARENESS OF ANTI-BULLYING AND ACHIEVEMENT.
Change Middlesbrough Volunteer’s are available to give speeches and resources for October 2016.