The mission of David’s Legacy Foundation is to eliminate cyber and other bullying, of children and teens, through education, legislation, and legal action.
GET LEGAL SUPPORT WITH THE DON’T BULLY ME PROJECT
The Don’t Bully Me (DBM) Project is working to bridge the gap that exists between those who are victims of bullying, parents, schools, teachers and the rest of the community with the goal of putting an end to bullying. The DBM Project aims to focus on providing legal services to resolve – through court order or other legal remedies – situations where serious incidents of repeated physical, social, and/or verbal bullying is occurring.
Educate today with a speaker on cyberbullying
Much of what is happening today lies in a lack of understanding of what cyberbullying is and how much pressure it puts on kids. That’s where we can help you. You can book a speaker through this website to speak at your school about the dangers of cyberbullying and educate your students on David’s Law. Our presenters will educate students and staff on what cyberbullying is, what the laws are, and how you can help protect yourself and other students from being victims.
SAN ANTONIO – Bullying and conflict numbers in your local schools appear to be on the rise. One local organization reports they’ve heard from more than four times as many parents this school year than normal. “My children have experienced a lot of bullying,” San Antonio mother Estella Garza said. “They have had retaliation with different students. ” Garza has reached her breaking point. Watch Video>> Click HereREAD MORE
SAN ANTONIO – Bullying and conflict in local schools appears to be up in the Alamo City. David’s Legacy Foundation officials say calls to their organization are up 300% this school year compared to normal years. Caption: WOAI. Experts say the pandemic is the key issue. “We need help,” said local mother Estella Garza, whose kids have allegedly been bullied at school relentlessly. “And this needs to end. ” They say children lost those social skills it takes to get along and resolve conflicts. Watch Video>> Click HereREAD MORE
When 14-year-old Brandi Levy didn’t make the varsity cut as a freshman cheerleader for the Mahanoy Golden Bears, she sounded off on social media, as teenagers are known to do. Watch Video>> https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/teen-cheerleaders-snapchat-brings-supreme-court-clash-schools/story?id=76396105READ MORE