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Video: Suicide Victim's Mother Wants to End 'Bullying Epidemic'

Drew Ferraro's mother Deana and aunt Sarah Ferraro make a public plea to help end bullying in schools following Drew's suicide on Feb. 10 at Crescenta Valley High School.

Video: Suicide Victim's Mother Wants to End 'Bullying Epidemic'

Family and friends remembered suicide victim Drew Ferraro Saturday at the . 

Drew, 15, took his own life by taking a running jump from the third story at on Feb. 10. 

His parents began a foundation in his name, Drew's Voice, which aims to end bullying. Drew's parents said that following Drew's suicide they found evidence of bullying in his journals. 

and Los Angeles County Sheriff's Homicide investigators maintain they did not find evidence of bullying in the four suicide notes Drew left.

Drew's mother Deana Ferraro and aunt Sarah Ferraro were at the Saturday event and spoke with Boneheadtv.com about the foundation, Drew's Voice, which was created in his name. 

"...All of our proceeds are going to help others and to change the way schools deal with... harrassment and bullying and to save other kids and to save those who are bullying because they do need help, they all need help and we need to spread the word of kindness and compassion," Deana Ferraro said. 

To learn more about suicide prevention and bullying prevention, visit the Drew's Voice Foundation website at drewsvoice.org

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