NAPAB advocates have made an impact and have been featured in forums and communities across the country including Los Angeles City Hall, Orange County Mental Health Conference, Arizona Navajo Indian Reservation, KTLA, CBS, Radio 93.5, JCTV Radio, Global News Canada and schools across the nation. NAPAB's work has been recognized by President Obama, California State Senate, Orange County Board of Supervisors, San Clemente City Council, the San Clemente Junior Women's League and the Violence Prevention Coalition of Orange County. 

 

 
President Obama writes to Victoria Mendez, committing to support of the anti-bullying movement.

President Obama writes to Victoria Mendez, committing to support of the anti-bullying movement.

Orange County writes to the Cool 2 Be Kind organization for their 3 years of success with anti-bullying efforts. The organization started at Daniel's school as a response to his death.

Orange County writes to the Cool 2 Be Kind organization for their 3 years of success with anti-bullying efforts. The organization started at Daniel's school as a response to his death.

The California State Senate writes to Victoria Mendez commending her on her efforts to stop bullying.

The California State Senate writes to Victoria Mendez commending her on her efforts to stop bullying.

Senator Mimi Walters recognizes the National Association of People Against Bullying for raising awareness about bullying. 

Senator Mimi Walters recognizes the National Association of People Against Bullying for raising awareness about bullying. 

City of San Clemente recognizes Cool 2 Be Kind's work against bullying at San Clemente High School.

City of San Clemente recognizes Cool 2 Be Kind's work against bullying at San Clemente High School.

Orange County Health Agency thanks the Mendez Family for presentations at the Bullying Prevention Conference.  

Orange County Health Agency thanks the Mendez Family for presentations at the Bullying Prevention Conference.