We're so please they are trying to make something good from this!
Since the untimely death of 13-year-old Seth Walsh, parents of some of his friends are coming together to take action on bullying and antigay taunts hoping that it may save someone's life.
The parents in Tehachapi, California urged the school district to crack down on preventing harassment. They even discussed creating an online forum to combat bullying and providing a confidential hotline to anonymously report bullying.
"All I know is that the tragedy happened," said Jamie Phillips, one of the fathers at the meeting. "I don't know who did it, and I hope who did it understands what they did."
Seth's grandmother, Judy, added:
"He was a very unique and wonderful child and he left us too soon. But we are blessed because he was an organ donor and we found out he gave a heart. So he lives on, just not with us, and that's where we wish he were."