The fight to end cyberbullying is best approached as a family affair. Parents are the biggest influence in their children’s lives. As a parent you need to be setting the right examples for your children by demonstrating how to treat others both online and in the real world.
Take Action – Parents
Host your own parent group to help educate others on the dangers of cyberbullying. Invite your neighbors, church groups, teacher associations to watch the short film “Soul Behind the Screen.” This film came about because in 2016 AT&T and the All American High School Film Festival held a contest.
Educate Kids By Starting a Campaign At School
It’s important to educate the kids on what cyberbullying is and how it can be stopped with a positive environment. Cyberbullying is not ended with a single speaker, campaign, or promise but it requires real change in the environment and the day to day actions.
Start a Family, Church, Neighborhood Campaign
Other Communities also need to embrace this mission to help remove bullying from our culture. Neighborhoods, community organizations and churches can also help support David’s Legacy Foundation’s mission by starting a campaign.
We Need Your Help
Working to put an end to cyberbullying is our goal but we can’t do it without help. Whether that’s advocating for change, promoting programs in your child’s schools, or volunteering you can be a part of the solution.
If you live in the San Antonio area we need help in the office answering emails, phones, or shipping out information. We also need people to volunteer to attend events and help educate others. Our DBM Project is always looking for volunteer attorneys (statewide) to offer pro bono legal help for those at risk.
Volunteers can be anyone. Whether you are a parent, retiree, teacher, or a business looking to help out in the community. Sign up now and tell us how you can help.
Don’t Bully Me Project
The Don’t Bully Me (DBM) Project is working to bridge the gap that exists between those who are victims of bullying, parents, schools, teachers and the rest of the community with the goal of putting an end to bullying. The DBM Project aims to focus on providing legal services to resolve – through court order or other legal remedies – situations where serious incidents of repeated physical, social, and/or verbal bullying is occurring.