It is no secret that while the bully might perpetrate the harassment, the bullying itself is fueled by the students who watch and do nothing. Because of this, it is paramount that the UNITE club is run by and for students. In order to carry this out, UNITE has created an executive board of dedicated student leaders who are committed to maintaining and expanding the organization, as well as over 45 student members and a variety of other school organizations that are passionate about making a difference. We plan on providing both a support system for young people who are being bullied (regardless of race, religion, appearance, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic background), as well as a variety of campaigns for tolerance (including a yearly Bullying Awareness Day, an online icon that combats cyberbullying, and a "mix it up" lunch that encourages students to break stereotypes). Finally, we hope to fund-raise in order to organize school assemblies that host a variety of anti-bullying speakers.