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Meet our #CutTheBull ambassadors

Meet our #CutTheBull ambassadors

Book a #CutTheBull student or parent assembly at your school

Paige, Kaden, Zachary, Sarahi, Harli and Zachary are patients from the Galveston and Houston Shriners Hospitals. Their stories, along with insightful education on bullying and how to stop it are covered in this impactful presentation, which also includes important information on cyberbullying and Texas’ newly passed David’s Law. The Texas program is currently offered to schools in the state of Texas.

Book a #CutTheBull program for your school or organization today by clicking the button below.

Paige

Paige, a Steven Johnsons syndrome survivor and patient of Shriners Hospitals for Children — Galveston, is not only an advocate for anti-bullying, but has also done a great deal to help educate others and raise awareness about Steven Johnsons syndrome in her own community.

Paige openly shares her experience and insight with bullying and cyberbullying. At just 14 years of age, Paige is wise beyond her years. As she says, “If you don’t know my middle name, you don’t know me,” when referring to dealing with negative comments from someone online.

Along with her fellow Texan #CutTheBull ambassadors, Paige will truly inspire your students to look beyond what they see. By sharing their stories and incredible journeys of overcoming life-changing tragedies and lifelong physical obstacles, our ambassadors will help them #SeeTheAbility in everyone.

Kaden

For Kaden, it was friends and family that pulled him through his recovery from a terrible accident where he sustained life-threatening burns. Being the social kid he’s always been and having many friends in school and sports, Kaden found himself surrounded by the love and support of his entire community when he returned home from his stay at Shriners Hospitals for Children — Galveston.

This incredible young man, who always stood up for kids being picked-on before his accident, came to know the true meaning of friendship and how important it is to be accepted no matter what,  first hand. That is why Kaden has joined us in telling his story as a #CutTheBull ambassador. To hear Kaden and other patients from the Galveston and Houston Shriners Hospitals, book your #CutTheBull assembly today!