SAN ANTONIO - Friends and family gathered for a fundraiser for David’s Legacy Foundation on Saturday.

The Tribe CrossFit gym held workouts and a silent auction in memory of David Molak.

They're also taking a stand against cyber-bullying.

In January of 2016, 16-year-old David killed himself after being bullied on social media.

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David's family pushed for bills calling for harsher punishments for cyber bullying.

“Number one, raise awareness,” Nick Vera said. “Then two, as a fundraiser to help them with all their efforts to promote David's Law and everything they're trying to get done to again, further the movement with cyber-bullying and anti-bullying.”

Many people who do CrossFit at The Tribe considered David a little brother. Every month the member who best exemplifies his spirit receives an award named in his honor.