AT&T Film Invitational Hometown Doc: Saint Mary’s Hall

Central High School principal addressing bullying on campus and online

Family of 16-Year-Old Boy Who Died of Suicide After Relentless Cyberbullying Speaks Out

Sticks and Stones: When Names and Words Can Hurt

Letters of Peace: A Grieving Brother’s Call for Kindness

Girl Scout Ambassador helps pass David’s Law

Tacky Box – United Way Social Innovation Accelerator Fellow

There’s a Soul Behind That Screen

The Latest News

  • Lack of social engagement during pandemic turned some students into bullies

    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 Here

  • This needs to end’: parents, students struggling with rise in bullying caused by COVID-19

     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 Here

  • Teen cheerleader’s Snapchat brings Supreme Court clash over schools and free speech

     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>>

  • Texas-based Lawyer, Jammy Kiggundu, Interviews Parents Of Boy Driven To Suicide By Cyberbullying

    Texas-based lawyer, Jammy Kiggundu, has featured in an interview available in-flight on American Airlines on the topic of cyberbullying. Alongside his work with Crime Stoppers of Houston, this interview aims to highlight the seriousness and the widespread nature of this form of bullying. Read Full Article >>

  • Proposed bill would require Texas high school students to take a mental health class

     Texas Sen. José Menéndez of San Antonio is looking to expand on a law named after an Alamo Heights student who took his life after being cyberbullied in 2016. Watch Video>>

  • Brunch for a Cause: Benefitting David’s Legacy

    Join us on Saturday, December 12 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. for a special ‘Brunch for a Cause’ event benefitting David’s Legacy Foundation. We will host a unique live art experience featuring prominent San Antonio artists. Read Full Article

  • Uplift Education Hosts Virtual Screening The Upstanders Indie Flix to Celebrate National Bullying Prevention Month

    Uplift Education is proud to join other schools and districts across the country in celebrating National Bullying Prevention Month this October to educate and raise awareness of the prevalence and impact of bullying on children of all ages.  Read the Full Article>>

  • CyberBullying: The Mission to Stop it Now

    Imagine your child is playing a game or surfing the internet and a direct message is sent to them, filled with nasty comments. Or what if your child is taking classes on-line and a hateful direct message is posted to them. These are all examples of CyberBullying, and it’s happening now more than ever. Read the Full Article>>

  • ‘Everlasting Tree Tribute’ marks National Suicide Prevention Month

    City of San Antonio Parks and Recreation along with Women of AT&T San Antonio planted trees on the Saint PJ’s Children’s Home campus as part of the “Everlasting Tree Tribute.” The tribute marks National Suicide Prevention Month. The trees honor people in our community and their families who are struggling with depression, anxiety and suicidal tendencies. Watch Video>>

  • Broadway Producer to Speak About Embracing Modern Issues Through the Arts

    Art has always been a way of communicating important messages and inspiring people to think. In recent years, Broadway has embraced modern issues through its storytelling to impact a broader audience with relatable and challenging themes. Jewish Family Service of San Antonio, Rise Recovery, and David’s Legacy Foundation are raising the curtain on these changes in storytelling by hosting a candid conversation about mental health and social issues with Tony award-winning Broadway producer Rachel Weinstein. Read the Full Article>>

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