The Upstanders Virtual Screening & Live Panel

REGISTER TODAY! Join David’s Legacy Foundation as we host the third and final film in our virtual trilogy series with the release of The Upstanders in honor of anti-bullying month. A film about the resilience and the power of connection to end bullying and cyberbullying featuring the Molak family. Immediately followed by a panel of experts to honest authentic conversations about the impact of cyberbullying on the community and the hope that can be found. We are continuing to provide at-home activities with the goal of empowering families to continue conversations once the screen is turned off. These activities are downloadable during the event or from our website immediately after and require little materials. If you’d like to order a complete package from our office, please do so today! Place your order today. This event would not be possible without our incredible panel of experts: Matt & Maurine Molak, Talli Dolge, Jammy Kiggundu, Dr. Geoff Gentry, Stephanie Peterson and special guest panelist Kennedy Edwards (Miss Texas Teen USA 2019)! Scilla Andreen, IndieFlix CEO & Co-founder will be moderating. REGISTER TODAY! Note: this event is free and open to the public for the first 1,000 registrants. We hope to see you there! Conversation Cards – David’s Legacy Foundation Processing Our […]

Exploring Mental Health & Social Issues Through the Arts

Online Event

Jewish Family Service of San Antonio, Rise Recovery, and David’s Legacy Foundation are raising the curtain on mental health and social justice issues by hosting a candid conversation with Tony award-winning producer Rachel Weinstein. The event, “Exploring Mental Health and Social Issues Through the Arts” will be held online Tuesday, October 6 at 5 pm CDT. Weinstein has produced various Broadway shows facing these challenging issues, such as: “Dear Evan Hansen,” a musical about a teen who struggles with social anxiety disorder while dealing with a fellow student’s death by suicide. “To Kill A Mocking Bird,” a play that confronts the social issues of racism and coming of age. “Jagged Little Pill,” a new musical based on Alanis Morrissette’s music that addresses social issues such as opioid addiction, sexual assault, bisexuality, and race. During the intimate conversation, Weinstein will answer why she chose to work on Broadway shows with such challenging issues, as well as the importance of discussing these topics through art. This is your invitation to a discussion on the beauty of art in theater during a challenging time.