ORLANDO, Fla. – A local nonprofit is taking anti-bullying efforts to new heights by sending photos and personal letters to the moon.
The Blatantly Honest Foundation is partnering with Celestis, Inc. on Operation Inclusion to make it happen.
“We are going to the moon in 2021. So we’re sending photos of bullied kids up to the moon so no one can look down on them again,” said The Blatantly Honest Foundation founder Makaila Nichols.
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Nichols is a best-selling author and speaker, who started the foundation after being bullied throughout high school and college.
“And it really kind of changed my outlook. I was like if people can be this young and this mean, then that’s a problem. So I figured I would be, you know, since I’m young,