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The mission of the NJ Coalition for Bullying Awareness and Prevention is to increase community awareness of bullying as a common serious problem of school-age children and to advocate for the implementation of effective bullying prevention approaches in the State of New Jersey.


Mallory Rose Grossman, 12, of Rockaway, NJ, wwas a unique and innocent girl who taught us all a more valuable lesson about life in her short time than many will encounter in a lifetime. Sadly, on June 14, 2017, Mallory took her own life because of horrific bullying.
By becoming a soldier of Mallory’s Army, you can help raise funds to support,the Mallory’s Army Foundation* and the Grossman family in their fight against bullying.


An Unbreakable anti-bullying forum was presented by the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office at the RWJ Barnabas Health Arena in Toms River. The evening starred Richie Sambora, a Woodbridge native best known for his work in Bon Jovi, and Little Egg Harbor’s Gaten Matarazzo, star of the TV series Stranger Things and member of the band Work In Progress.

“You can use this power (of cell phones) very, very negatively and I see it every day,” Matarazzo said. “I think everybody needs to gain a sense of responsibility and everyone needs to treat these with respect and with brains. Just use your brains because a lot of times these can be used as a serious weapon against someone’s spirit.”

“Let’s have some courage to stand up for our friends, and stand up to our enemies,” Sambora added. “Let’s beat this thing.”

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