At the tender age of 8 years old Jaylen Arnold wanted to make a difference. In response to bullying, he wanted to fight back with words and experience rather than with fists or name calling. Jaylen had suffered at the hands of bullies in school due to his disabilities making him an easy target. Bullies don't like different. A chance encounter between Robin Arnold and Paul Clarke via social media would change everything.
Encourage misguided youth
Jaylen wanted to encourage misguided youth to do right, instead of wrong. At the time it seemed liked an impossible task, but with the help and guidance of friends and family, Jaylen did not want to give up. Upon hearing Jaylens story, Paul offered to help.
Well, due to issues with the previous website and a need to re-vamp things around here we decided to push forward with the new website. As a result we are still ironing things out and making 'stuff' work as it's supposed to. We felt It's better to have something to...Read more
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Thank you for visiting our website. October is National Bullying Prevention month! Please join us and make the decision to stop a bully. Stop being a bystander, and speak up! Tell someone, tell anyone! Individually, we are weak, but united we stand. We are firm, strong, and can change lives!...Read more
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