Our Co-Founder, Maurine Molak, joined Dr. Matthew Fuller on the newest episode of The CARES Podcast. Maurine shared David’s story and the creation of David’s Legacy Foundation.

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

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Tacky Box – United Way Social Innovation Accelerator Fellow

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The Latest News

  • 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>>


    During this school year, cyberbullying is a greater danger than ever: many students are still participating in distance learning, and children and teens are having less face-to-face interaction and spending more free time online. Parents and schools need to stay vigilant and work together to keep kids safe. Read the Full Article>>

  • Organization to host virtual screenings of anti-bullying documentaries

    As we near the start of the school year, family calendars are already filling up quickly. But if you have an empty spot on your schedule, you might want to sign up for this local event — free virtual screenings. David’s Legacy Foundation is hosting The Trilogy, which consists of three virtual screenings of documentaries that you can watch with your family for free at home. Watch Video>>

  • 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>>

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