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

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The Latest News

  • Living at Home | Papa John’s, Taylor’d For You, Staycation Contest & More!

    This year, unlike any other, spending time online has increased due to the recent shift to virtual classrooms and summer activities halting, thus increasing the opportunity for cyberbullying among children and teens. Through their Better Neighbors program, Papa John’s has contributed more than $73,000 to David’s Legacy Foundation to combat cyberbullying since 2018. This school year alone, Papa John’s San Antonio has donated more than $11,000. Watch Video>>

  • First Annual Be The Light Fun Run/Walk In Support of David’s Legacy

    Welcome to the First Annual Be The Light Fun Run/Walk! The purpose of this event is to raise awareness of cyber and other forms of bullying. This event is sponsored by Grande Communications in partnership with David’s Legacy, a nonprofit that brings awareness to bullying in commemoration of David Molak.  Read the Full Article>>

  • Mother loses son to suicide now brings her mission of cyberbully awareness to El Paso

    A lot of school bullying has now moved online to social media. A non-profit called David’s Legacy Foundation has expanded to El Paso and is bringing awareness to cyberbullying and it’s negative consequences. Watch Video>>

  • Mother behind David’s Law speaks out about cyberbullying

    BELTON, TX — Maurine Molak, founder of the anti-bullying nonprofit David’s Legacy Foundation, spoke to the Belton community about cyberbullying on Tuesday evening. Watch Video>>

  • One mother’s message continues creating change when it comes to cyberbullying

    It’s National Bullying Prevention Month and one mother in San Antonio, Maurine Molak continues her fight to change the way children treat each other, after her 16-year-old son committed suicide as a result of cyber bullying. Molak continues to try and inspire change in the next generation, who she says can really hit the reset button when it comes to the way we act and treat each other online. Watch Video>>

  • ‘Ladies Who Lunch’ Turn Their Focus to Bullying at Crime Stoppers Event

    This was the second annual Women Who Shape Houston Luncheon, a Crime Stoppers-affiliated afternoon of presentations and dialogue around critical issues of public safety. While last year’s eye-opening event addressed the alarmingly high rate of sex trafficking in Houston, last month’s focused on youth issues, specifically bullying, mental health, and suicide prevention. Read the Full Article>>

  • How safe are Texas kids when they get online?

    Online safety is a big concern for parents as children across Texas get ready to head back to school. And parents in the Lone Star state can breathe a little easier. Texas is among the safest states for kids to be online, according to a new report from Read the Full Article >>

  • David’s Legacy Foundation raises awareness about bullying

    Maurine Molak of David’s Legacy Foundation talked about the organization’s mission to increase awareness of bullying in the modern world of social media and technology. She discussed current legislation pertaining to the problem of bullying in schools along with programs and partnerships available.

  • Teaming up with partners to make the internet safer for kids

    A year and a half ago, we launched the Be Internet Awesome program to help kids be safe, confident explorers of the online world. We built a little something for everyone: a curriculum for teachers, resources for parents and an adventure-packed online game for kids.

  • David’s Law: A Texas PTA Story

    Texas PTA first became involved in the work to reduce bullying in 2011, when we worked with legislators to pass a law strengthening guidelines for dealing with bullying in the schools. At that time, cell phones were still scarce in the schools, and administrators were reluctant to support laws that required schools to confront cyberbullying, but we saw where things were heading.

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