Generation Good Respect is a non-profit organization hoping to bring respect back into schools and our world and teach our youth to live up to their potential.

We are people who have been affected in some way by the vicious cycle of disrespect in our world. We believe that we can stop this cycle if we teach our youth to be the best versions of themselves that they can be. Our firm believes that people are born to be innately good and that circumstances that a person encounters can alter their course. We hope to instill a strong basis of kindness and compassion in our youth so that they will make the right choices when they come to a difficult crossing. Following the Code of Respect helps to ensure a strong sense of self-respect and pride in yourself and the decisions you have made. When you respect yourself, you will treat others with respect, thus creating a cycle of healthy, happy, and respectful interactions in our world.

The cycle of bullying and disrespect is a cry for help. It is our job to answer that cry with guidance and love to stop this cycle. That is why we hope to get the Code of Respect into the hands of as many schools, homes, and workplaces as we possibly can. As our founder, Kimberly has said, “Real change happens when we shift our attention to the positive. You can make the impossible possible in the most simple ways.” We carry this belief with us every day while we endeavor to make the world a better place. Whether it be in the simple act of guiding a youth who needs our help or by standing up in the face of bullying and putting it to a stop, Generation Good Respect is here to change the future.

We are all under the same sun, moon, and stars. There is much that we can accomplish, but we can do so much more with your help. When it comes down to it, we all desire to be respected for who we are. Following the Code of Respect will make a difference for all who stand by it. Taking the pledge and standing for good is going to change the world.
This is the Generation that is going to stop the cycle of disrespect and stand for GOOD. We owe it to them and our world to give them every chance at a successful and productive life that we can.

It has taken many people behind the scenes from family, friends and community. 

At Generation Good Respect I don’t know how I will ever think all of you. 

But we do know as we move forward in the future our vision is to make a difference for all of us. Thank you with all my heart for seeing the vision with me and encouraging me to never give up. 

Extreme gratitude to all of you, may your respect be the success you receive from the world. 

Kimberly Ann Ertle-Clark