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Students

Students are the most important link in taking action against cyberbullying since you are the front line to being an up stander. Learn how you can take action and help end cyberbullying.

Parents

As a parent there are many things you can do to take action with your child’s school, in your community and with legislature in your local and state government.  Learn how to get involved.

Educators

Learn how as educators you can take action to help students you know as well as other children that you may not yet know.  Learn how to educate and start campaigns in your school.

Community

Anyone can take action in the community to combat cyberbullying.  It’s important that everyone do their part to create a safe community and online spaces where cyberbullying is discouraged.

your support can make a difference

Not everyone has the time to volunteer services that can combat cyberbullying but you can help support the cause in other ways.  Donate to David’s Legacy and your donations will help pay for important legal fees for victims and help pass additional legislation to protect our children.  Or support the cause with stickers, shirts, and posters you can purchase to help get the message out.

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Our Blog

  • 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.