Teddy Bear Drive – Newtown, CT

The purpose of The Rebels Project is to provide support for those affected by a tragedy. Our group is made up of mostly Columbine High School survivors and we hope to provide support and a listening ear for those people affected from other survivors of a tragedy, something that we did not have access to back in 1999.

The Rebels Project along with Phoenix 999 Charity (www.phoenix999.org) will
be sending stuffed animals along with personalized notes from Columbine
survivors to the victims of the Newtown, CT shooting. We are also raising funds to send a group of us to Newtown, CT to provide support and a future support group from people who have gone through a similar tragedy.

Thirteen years ago many people from around the country sent us stuffed
animals during our tragedy. Even today many Columbine alumni still have these keepsakes and use them as comfort throughout the long healing process that is still going on today. We aim to help Newtown, CT in this same way and want
them to know we will always be here to help.

Release Dates:
December 19, 2012 to December 22, 2012

Contacts:
Heather Egeland –
Ryan Walda –
Therebelsproject@hotmail.com

Press Release Link

2 Replies to “Teddy Bear Drive – Newtown, CT”

  1. I think you're right about the labels. If it had been private citizens that had pulled out their concealed arms in an attempt to stop the murderer and wounded those people, it would be portrayed as yet another reason to just ban handguns algorethet. When cops do it, it's just the cost of stopping a violent criminal.

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