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I found a way to do this while involving our judicial system, the school district, and the community.The students took this program and now inspire the adults, the volunteers and one another.In 2016, Zoe received the Teen Ambassador of Hope of the Year for her ability to not only raise funds for the agency, but create a widespread campaign that raised awareness about dating abuse in her community.“Zoe’s drive and passion was evident throughout her entire fund raising campaign.In her spare time, she partakes in a number of volunteer activities – at New Children’s Life Center, Silverado Memory Care Community, Relay for Life, School Round Up Guide and Refugee Services of Texas.” – Heather Bellino – TAP ED This award recognizes an adult ally who partners with young people, is a leader for violence prevention in their community, and has made prevention programming more accessible as a result of their efforts. Brandon received the 2017 Young Hearts Matter Advocate of the Year Award presented by the Texas Council on Family Violence.Each year, TCFV recognizes individuals who are leading the cause to prevent and end teen dating abuse from communities across Texas. Brandon was nominated by Marla Johnson of the Hays-Caldwell Women’s Center.They adopted the slogan “First Love Yourself” (FLY) as a reminder to students to respect themselves and understand that they deserve to be treated well.The original goal was to inspire these students to be empowered with the warning signs of dating violence.

The mission, to break down cultural barriers, protect human rights, provide empowerment tools for women, and inform the public about world affairs.

The Dripping Springs High School students have given me confidence in the future of our community.

“I now have a new goal for this program.” Brandon said, “It is to expand this program into every high school and college in the State of Texas.

These accomplishments greatly impact the community by raising funds for survivors who need FREE legal services and by spreading the message to people of all ages to put a halt to dating abuse and violence.

Aside from her participation in this event, Zoe is involved in her school Student Council as well as Baking 2 Benefit, where students bake for their local homeless shelter at her school.

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