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

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

  • Federal lawmakers set to debate bill aimed at protecting kids online

    SAN ANTONIO — Federal lawmakers are set to debate a bill aimed at protecting children online. The Kids Online Safety Act would limit harmful content minors could be exposed to on social media. Its also legislation that is being spearheaded by an Alamo Heights mother. The hearing is a closed door session so we won’t know until afterward if it will move forward. To read more, visit the link below: Read Here

  • Cyberbullying and data privacy advocates split on federal bill to protect kids online

    The Kids Online Safety Act (KOSA) is a bill in Congress that would place more responsibility on online service providers to protect youth under 18 from harmful online content and give parents more control over their children’s online activity. Maurine Molak lost her son to suicide in 2016 after being cyberbullied. Since then, she founded David’s Legacy Foundation in San Antonio to push for state and federal legislation against cyberbullying and other online harms, and supports KOSA. “What we’re asking for in this bill is just that these platforms have a duty of care, and that they act in the best interests of minors,” Molak said. To read more, visit the link below: Read Here

  • Washington D.C. and The Washington Post

    A recent Washington Post article centered around a trip to Washington D.C. where Maurine and other mothers met with top lawmakers to share their stories about their children and how they were impacted by online harms. Maurine and dozens of parents are calling on Congress to step in and pass legislation to protect minors online by passing COPPA 2.0 and KOSA by the end of the year. These bills would force tech companies to implement stronger safety protections for children online and to take steps to safeguard their personal information. To read more, visit the link below:Read Here

  • Educator Works to Curb Cyberbullying

    As part of our recent training expansion to the Rio Grande Valley, we were happy to be featured in an article by the Valley Business Report. We hope to continue bringing DLF to new heights as we educate more students across Texas! If you know of someone looking for an educational training opportunity on bullying and cyberbullying, they can visit our website to sign up for their own informational session.To read the full article about our RGV participation, visit the link below:Read Here

  • Meet Maurine Molak, Co-Founder David’s Legacy Foundation | Shoutout DFW

    Our very own Maurine Molak was featured in an article by Shoutout DFW where she shares her inspiring story of building David’s Legacy and highlighting how far we’ve come. Check out the most recent edition of their aspiring entrepreneur series down below:Read Here

  • Foundations team up to help students stand up to bullying in school

    SAN ANTONIO – October is National Anti-Bullying Month, and a couple of foundations are teaming up to help students stand up to bullying in school. Joining us to talk about the collaboration is Maurine Molack and Angela Garcia.Click Here To Watch Video

  • Ways to support national bullying awareness month | Great Day SA

    Two non-profit organizations are helping communities end bullying forever, find out more on how you can help.SAN ANTONIO — David’s Legacy Foundation and the UGLI Foundation are working together to end bullying forever. For more information on how you can take part in the stand against bullying visit or davidslegacy.orgClick Here To Watch Video

  • 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>>

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