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Baton Rouge teen finds a unique way to stop bullying, gets recognition from Good Morning America

Local 8th-grader uses class assignment to create change in his school.
Posted at 4:12 PM, Sep 17, 2019

A teen who's school project turned into a local phenomenon appeared on Good Morning America Tuesday.

Chase wanted to give back to his school and stop bullying, a closet filled with items for those in need was his way of doing that.

Chase Neyland-Square,13 appeared on Good Morning America's Strahan, Sarah & Keke to talk about Pam's Pantry, WBRZ reports.

click here to read WBRZ's story about Chase.

Baton Rouge kid strives to stop bullying gets recognition from Good Morning America, receives huge donation.