Kanyon Spalding, a current high school senior, has participated in Boy Scouts of America for many years. For the past year, he has been working on a social media “Stop the Bullying” campaign in order to achieve Eagle Scout status.
CKCAC has agreed to partner with Spalding to help disseminate his message to the local community. Spalding’s mission statement is to “feed the cause to stop bullying and just make everyone feel like they don’t have to hide who they are or who they want to be.”
Spalding has created a webpage that lists local mental health facilities that treat the symptoms of bullying, stress, depression, addiction, and other mental health issues that he says affect teens daily. Spalding encourages teens to “always remember that there is someone who cares!”
Spalding’s website and the local resources can be found by clicking here: www.nobullysallowed.webs.com