Life Is Strange publisher Square Enix have joined forces with the Parental Advocacy Coalition for Educational Rights (Or PACER for short) to start an anti-bullying campaign aimed at sharing stories of being an ‘Everyday Hero’. The Everyday Hero idea is borrowed from the in-game contest that calls for photos of contestants or others depicting heroic acts.
People can share stories and post the hashtag #EverydayHero to increase donations from Square Enix to help combat bullying in schools. You can check out their website here where stories will be shared, as well as tweet at the Life Is Strange Twitter account to get your story heard. Bullying is a central theme to Life Is Strange, so to see Square Enix tackle such a hefty issue in schools to raise funds and spread advocacy about it is an admirable thing to say the least.