Did you know that one out of four teens is bullied, and 80% of the time an argument with a bully ends up with a fight. An estimated 160,000 students stay home from school every day for fear of being bullied and the resultant humiliation. It's a tough world out there, and it's toughest in middle and high school. Bullying is a serious issue, and it is important to bring awareness to the dangers.

Today's #servicespotlight shines on 2014 Hasbro Community Action Hero Semi-Finalist, Grace Callwood of Abingdon, Maryland! Grace started serving at a young age by volunteering with her family when she was just two years old. At the age of 7, after being diagnosed with cancer, Grace decided that she would donate all of her new school clothes to two young girls living in a homeless shelter, thus beginning the We Cancerve Movement.

We have some great suggestions for how you and your family can help older adults in your community. You can help a senior create an emergency plan and kit in the event of disaster, visit a nursing home or assisted living facility, deliver meals to homebound seniors and much more, today and beyond. 

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The Points of Light Civic Accelerator is Accepting Applications for the Fall 2014 Program.

With graduated ventures mobilizing over 150,000 individuals to drive change, the Points of Light Civic Accelerator is designing a program that will convene the most innovative ventures across the country focused around one common challenge: 

Imagine you've been thousands and thousands of miles away from home for months on end. You miss everything from your family to your favorite chocolate bar brand

GenerationOn and Service in Schools, a joint initiative of the NYC Department of Education and NYC Service, hosted the 2014 NYC Youth Service Summit to inspire, equip, and mobilize students in New York City to effect positive change in their world. The summit was held on Tuesday, May 27th at St. Francis College in Brooklyn.

On Memorial Day, our nation comes together to honor those servicemen and women who've made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. It's a chance to celebrate all those who serve, both past and present, protecting our nation's interests both at home and abroad. It's also an opportunity for us to do our part to give back to active duty military members, veterans and their families.