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 making her more inspirational than the average adult. She was a compassionate, selfless, kind, and 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 campgrounds with her family where she would admire the simple pleasures of nature. Her love for her friends and family was beyond measurable. She had a heart of gold, when she found out 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 14, 2017, Mallory took her own life because of horrific bullying. Mallory was a unique and innocent girl that taught us all more valuable lesson about life in her short time than many will encounter in a lifetime. All proceeds will be used to raise funds to support, the Mallory's Army Foundation*, and the Grossman family in their fight against bullying. Thank you for helping us BLUE OUT BULLYING by becoming a soldier of Mallory's Army.