Bark is an award-winning, proven solution that helps keep students safer online by detecting and alerting parents to cyberbullying, sexting, suicidal thoughts, drug usage, and online predators.
When you sign up for the grant program, you receive Bark's communication materials, including flyers, web/social graphics, and
"Cyberbullying is a problem that schools struggle to control or even identify within their culture. Bark provides a way for schools to collaborate with parents in a proactive way to combat this issue and provide a safer environment for learning.“
- Tim Hammill, Curriculum Services Director, Westmoreland Intermediate Unit
How it Works
Join the School Grant Program
Simply fill out the form on this page!
Inform parents about Bark
Encourage parents to sign up for a free Bark trial via your existing communication
channels (emails, flyers, etc.). We'll provide you materials in your welcome email that you can use, including a
unique promo code that will track your school's signups.
Earn up to $1,500 in grants for your school
Grants are based on the volume of Bark free trial signups that use your school's promo code:
50 signups: $250
100 signups: $750
150 signups: $1,500
Benefits of joining the School Grant Program
Promote safe school climate
Your can help protect children by educating parents and students
about online safety and support a safe school climate.
Earn money for your school
Your school earns funding quickly and easily. What you do with the
funds is entirely up to you.
Stand up to bullying
Fight bullying in your community with materials from the welcome
package, engaging parents through school communication channels.
Strong data privacy, safety and security
Bark strictly adheres to compliance with federal and state privacy and security laws
All data analyzed is stored within an encrypted database, including backups. Bark does
not collect any information from a student's education record. Student activity is kept
private - school administrators do not have access to students' data. Data is not sold
or shared with any third party.