Hudson Scott was a bright young man who was full of life. He never met a stranger. He always put others ahead of himself. He brightened every room he entered with his smile, compassion, and generous spirit. 

But despite Hudson’s positive outlook, he was bullied. Every day. Picked on for being a little different than everyone else. He was diagnosed with depression at an early age, which he was able to get help with through counseling and medication. And his parents and siblings loved him unconditionally. 

On January 26, 2016, at the age of 14, Hudson took his own life. 

Project Hudson is dedicated to bringing awareness, support and education for issues surrounding mental health, bullying, self-harm and suicide prevention. 

Our mission is to save lives, it is what keeps us going, it is what keeps us grounded and it is what helps us the most.
— Jenna Scott and Wesley Scott, Project Hud;Son Founders
who we are


We established Project Hud;Son to celebrate the life of our son, Hudson Scott. Our organization is dedicated to bringing awareness to mental health, bullying, self-harm and suicide.


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GET involved

By supporting Project Hud;Son, you can help keep hope alive. Together, we can let the world know that being different is okay—and that everyone is beautiful in their own special way.











Small Acts Can Make A Big Impact

These small acts can change the world. 


1. GIVE LOVE: Love grows by giving. The love we give away is the only love we keep. The only way to retain love it to share it freely.

2. EMBRACE OUR DIFFERENCES: When you understand someone, truly understand someone, you can’t help but love them. Anyone in your life you feel less than love for, you have simply misunderstood. 

3. GIVE HOPE: Let us give something to each person we meet: joy, encouragement, assurance, love, wisdom, hope for the future.

4. SHINE YOUR LIGHT: It’s not just in some of us; it’s in everyone. As we let our own light shine, we subconsciously give other people permission to do the same.



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