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It is not controversial to say, “Our children are our most precious resource.” During 2014 WFXG initiated the most ambitious project in the history of our television station. It’s called For Our Children. The campaign is multi-faceted and involves private companies, charitable organizations and every department and employee at WFXG. We are incorporating the For Our Children Campaign into the fabric and culture of the station.

The goal of the For Our Children campaign is to encourage public and private corporations and organizations to work together and ensure all of our children get every opportunity for a full and meaningful future.  We will strive to enhance the childhood experience by raising awareness of the real needs of the children in our communities. Whether it’s children’s health or education, the campaign will help draw attention to these topics and offer solutions and  encouragement for the families of the CSRA, all in the name of protecting, educating, empowering, serving, and helping children.

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  • 2 Strong 4 Bullies: March Against Violence

    2 Strong 4 Bullies: March Against Violence

    Friday, June 24 2016 10:41 PM EDT2016-06-25 02:41:05 GMT
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    Bullying is no laughing matter. That's why 3 different organizations is in the CSRA are teaming up Saturday to spread the word to kids in our community, and make it “2 strong 4 Bullies.” They are doing this by hosting a March in Unity walk in downtown Augusta to spread the word against all forms of violence, especially bullying. 15-year-old Azariyah Carr was a victim of bullying her freshmen year of high school. “I always knew that He, he has me. I always have to...More >>
    Bullying is no laughing matter. That's why 3 different organizations is in the CSRA are teaming up Saturday to spread the word to kids in our community, and make it “2 strong 4 Bullies.” They are doing this by hosting a March in Unity walk in downtown Augusta to spread the word against all forms of violence, especially bullying. 15-year-old Azariyah Carr was a victim of bullying her freshmen year of high school. “I always knew that He, he has me. I always have to...More >>
  • 2 Strong 4 Bullies: Sachin Ganeshbabu

    2 Strong 4 Bullies: Sachin Ganeshbabu

    Thursday, May 26 2016 7:10 PM EDT2016-05-26 23:10:38 GMT
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    Bullying is common in schools all across the country, but in Columbia County Riverside Middle School has a strict "no tolerance" policy. Fox 54 spoke with one of their students, Sachin Ganeshbabu, about overcoming his experience with bullying over a medical condition that affects his legs, and the way he walks "I believe I'm pretty blessed to even have legs to walk on. Whereas, someone may not,” Ganeshbabu said. 14- year-old Ganeshbabu is starting high sch...

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    Bullying is common in schools all across the country, but in Columbia County Riverside Middle School has a strict "no tolerance" policy. Fox 54 spoke with one of their students, Sachin Ganeshbabu, about overcoming his experience with bullying over a medical condition that affects his legs, and the way he walks "I believe I'm pretty blessed to even have legs to walk on. Whereas, someone may not,” Ganeshbabu said. 14- year-old Ganeshbabu is starting high sch...

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  • Pop singer Katja Glieson encourages CSRA students to stand against bullying

    Pop singer Katja Glieson encourages CSRA students to stand against bullying

    Friday, April 29 2016 5:58 PM EDT2016-04-29 21:58:13 GMT
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    FOX 54 wants children to be 2 Strong 4 Bullies. Australian Singer and Songwriter Katja Glieson shares more than just her music with the world. She also shares her experience of being bullied, and she did just that at Columbia Middle School Friday. 

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    FOX 54 wants children to be 2 Strong 4 Bullies. Australian Singer and Songwriter Katja Glieson shares more than just her music with the world. She also shares her experience of being bullied, and she did just that at Columbia Middle School Friday. 

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  • Church holds summit standing against bullying

    Church holds summit standing against bullying

    Thursday, March 31 2016 10:58 AM EDT2016-03-31 14:58:32 GMT
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     “It doesn’t matter what you look like, or what you wear, or what kind of shoes you have on,” 5th grader Shanita Jones said. “I don’t like bullying because I feel like everyone has a unique talent, or a unique personality,” 8th grade Jeffery Chambers said. Shanita and Jeffery are not alone in their beliefs. 

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     “It doesn’t matter what you look like, or what you wear, or what kind of shoes you have on,” 5th grader Shanita Jones said. “I don’t like bullying because I feel like everyone has a unique talent, or a unique personality,” 8th grade Jeffery Chambers said. Shanita and Jeffery are not alone in their beliefs. 

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  • Riverside Middle School implements new program to stop bullying

    Riverside Middle School implements new program to stop bullying

    Tuesday, May 3 2016 5:08 PM EDT2016-05-03 21:08:33 GMT
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    One Columbia County school is leading the effort to stand up to bullying. Riverside Middle School was recently recognized as a Champion against bullying by Pacer's National Bullying Prevention Center. In recent years the school implemented a School Ambassador program. 

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    One Columbia County school is leading the effort to stand up to bullying. Riverside Middle School was recently recognized as a Champion against bullying by Pacer's National Bullying Prevention Center. In recent years the school implemented a School Ambassador program. 

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  • Mom wants answers after daughter with special needs beaten up

    Mom wants answers after daughter with special needs beaten up

    Monday, April 10 2017 5:59 AM EDT2017-04-10 09:59:56 GMT
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    A Memphis mother wants answers after video captures her daughter with special needs being attacked, reportedly by two of her classmates at White Station Middle School. 

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    A Memphis mother wants answers after video captures her daughter with special needs being attacked, reportedly by two of her classmates at White Station Middle School. 

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