Thank you all for participating in our 3rd Annual Ballers Against Bullying Event. Your contributions helped us raise over $7,000.00 to help prevent violence and bullying. Clique In will use these funds to further its mission of helping schools reform bullying and violent behavior and provide a safe place for all students to reach their full potential.


When we started this organization in 2009 it was with the recognition that our schools do not have the manpower or the budget to maintain a program that could create the type of meaningful long term behavioral change needed to reform bullying, violence and associated anti-social behaviors. In response Clique In designed a system meant to be used in collaboration with schools to help achieve needed change, and since inception we have made great progress. Our pilot program, implemented in the Margate City School District in Margate, New Jersey, wrapped up successfully. The data generated from the pilot program far exceeded our expectations and proved the program’s effectiveness in increasing students positive behaviors through our system of motivation, monitoring and measurement.


This year Clique In is working with experts in technology, school administration, child psychology, teaching, and business management to develop scalable technology which can be utilized in many schools across New Jersey and the United States. Clique In is planning a beta implementation, funded in part by PSE&G, for the upcoming 2013-2014 school year. We also look forward to hosting additional events for youth and adults to both raise awareness and create discussion about the important issues pertaining to school violence and bullying, as well as the extensive impact it has on our community.

Clique In would also like to acknowledge all of the volunteers that made this event possible.

For running the basketball tournament and making the event a possibility:
Janice Milley
For co-managing the basketball tournament:
John Murphy and Chris Spellman

For officiating:
Kevin Darakhshan, Joe Dickson, Cole Fasano, Adam Gandler, Neil Hartman, Bruce Heon, Don Jetter, Jim Kennedy, Kyle Kupa, Gus Martin, Anthony Marcozzi, Tom Morello, Romeo Porifico, Jim Sims, Maddie Sims, and Teresa Sims;
For set up, concession, registration and prize management:
Nicki Beaver, Tatiana Cody, Erica Colluci, Dona Fasano, Collen Heon, Lori McFadden, Phil McFadden, Erin McFadden, Tracy LaJoie, Richard Parseghian, Haley Spellman, Donna Steacker, Heather Yerrid;
For event management:
Barbara Martin;
Tina Spellman


The Camden Riversharks
TD Bank
Free for All
Holman Automotive
The Johnny M Foundation
Third Base Sports
Cahill, Wilenski, Rhodes & Joyce
Stradley, Ronan, Stevens & Young
Radwell International
Carnyn Max Salon Moorestown
Costco Mount Laurel
The Dickson Family with Nike Gifts
Dona Fasano Yoga
The Landis Family with Haddon House Gifts
Parisi Speed School, Cherry Hill
The Philadelphia Soul
Sahara Sams
Wegmans Mount Laurel