TechXtend Education Solution Selects Mallory's Army as Charitable Foundation

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TechXtend partners with Mallory's Army to help bring awareness to the issue of bullying

TechXtend Education Solutions

TechXtend Education Solutions

We are honored to partner with Mallory's Army and help bring awareness to the issue of bullying, which has become so prevalent in today's society.

TechXtend Education Solutions has adopted Mallory's Army as our 501c3 Charitable Foundation of choice for the rest of the 2017-2018 school year and the entire 2018-2019 school year.

TechXtend Education Solutions will work hand in hand with Mallory's Army to educate on and implement real solutions to address and deal with the root causes of harassment, intimidation and bullying including Character Development, Digital Citizenship, Social & Emotional Learning and Restorative Justice. At the same time, we will deliver solutions to children to anonymously report issues to administration as they see them occur.

TechXtend will donate up to 10% of our net profits from the above stated solutions to Mallory's Army until the end of the 2018-2019 school year.

"We are honored to partner with Mallory's Army and help bring awareness to the issue of bullying, which has become so prevalent in today's society," stated Kevin Askew, TechXtend Vice President and General Manager. "TechXtend Education Solutions is fully committed to providing a safer learning environment for all students, and becoming a soldier of Mallory's Army is just one of the ways we are joining the fight against bullying."

"We are proud to announce our partnership with TechXtend Education Solutions. Days after Mallory passed, we vowed to work with people on the same mission as our own, the relationship with TechXtend is exactly that, a group of like-minded individuals with the same goal and purpose.  Mallory's Army, with the partnership is about solutions for today's schools, teachers and student body," said Dianne Grossman, Executive Director, Mallory's Army.

For information on how to adopt Mallory's Army as your district's Charitable Foundation for 2018-2019 or information on our solutions to help address HIB issues please contact our team at mallory@techxtend.com.

ABOUT TECHXTEND
TechXtend is a leading IT solutions provider. Our education division is focused on technology that empowers, impacts and protects. Our core portfolio is built on a range of impact technologies that make a difference in people's lives. Our solutions address and help solve issues in the areas of Safety & Security, Social & Emotional Learning, Character Development, Restorative Justice, Curriculum Development, Assistive Technology and STEM. TechXtend is a subsidiary of Wayside Technology Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: WSTG). For additional information, visit http://www.techxtend.com, or call +1.800.599.4388, or +1.732.389.8950. In Canada, call +1.888.423.2700. Follow us on Twitter (@TechXtendEDU), Facebook and LinkedIn.

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ABOUT MALLORY'S ARMY
Mallory's Army is a 501.c.3 charitable foundation that is solution driven to end bullying.  We do this by empowering children to have empathy and be KIND in their everyday actions, educating parents, and bringing enrichment programs to schools and administrations.

ABOUT MALLORY
Mallory Rose Grossman, 12, of Rockaway NJ was an avid gymnast, cheerleader and lover of all things outdoors. Her character at the young age of 12 made her more inspirational than the average adult. She was a compassionate, selfless and KIND loving old soul. She enjoyed competitive gymnastics and cheerleading, teaching her determination and humility at a very young age. She loved summer weekends at her favorite campground with her family where she would admire the simple pleasures of nature. Her love for her friends and family was beyond measure. She had a heart of gold and when she found out that children with cancer couldn't go to summer camp for free her entrepreneurial wheels began to turn. She was a lover of arts and would make jewelry so she could raise money for her favorite charity, Camp Good Days. Her smile and giggle could light up a room instantly. With so much life ahead the unimaginable occurred. Sadly, on June 14th 2017, Mallory took her own life because of horrific bullying. Mallory was a unique and innocent girl that taught us all a valuable lesson about life in her short time than many will encounter in a lifetime.

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