WWE Joins Ad Council and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to launch new fatherhood involvement PSAs in time for Father’s Day.
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WWE and entertainment powerhouse Sean “Diddy” Combs have unveiled a global anti-bullying public service announcement encouraging kids to stand up to bullying.
WWE announced at WrestleMania 29 that it has become a Founding Partner for the 2014 Special Olympics USA Games, a national sporting event in New Jersey June 14 to 21.
Brodus Clay, Tensai, The Funkadactyls and Hornswoggle led hundreds of children in a very inspiring — and very funky — Be a STAR rally at WrestleMania Axxess on Friday afternoon.
WWE hosted a Be a STAR anti-bullying rally at Eliot School in Newark, N.J. as part of WrestleMania 29 Week!
WWE Superstars Layla, The Miz and Josh Mathews joined comedian Judah Friedlander to help spread the Be a STAR Alliance's anti-bullying message to the kids at Staten Island's Edwin Markham Intermediate School.
WWE partners with Special Olympics Connecticut, an organization that provides sports training and competitions for close to 15,000 athletes with intellectual disabilities.
WWE and The Rotary Club of Stamford bring the Be a STAR anti-bullying initiative to Stamford, Conn.
WWE Superstars and our partners spread the Be a STAR anti-bullying message to Atlanta students.
WWE Superstars and Divas spread the Be a STAR anti-bullying message to more than 150 students at Herrera Elementary School in Phoenix.