SharePlan, a non-profit that provides free, affordable and effective online anti-abuse tools to schools, colleges and other organizations, announced Tuesday that it has created the Smart Leaflet app.
The app is the brainchild of a new organization called the American Coalition Against Bullying, or ACEB, and it was developed in response to the rise of anti-LGBT bullying in schools, according to SharePlan.
The ACEB and SharePlan worked together to develop a new app that allows schools and other non-profits to distribute the Smartleaflet app in their schools, schools and colleges, SharePlan said in a statement.
The app allows students to choose which organizations they want to receive the Smart leaflet.
The Smart Leaflets are designed for people who are bullied, bullied themselves, or have been bullied in the past and are trying to make amends, Shareplan said.
The Smart Leaflets can be used by anyone, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, disability, or age.
The program is funded through an anonymous donation of $10.