The online tool was launched last year and works by identifying cruel or intimidating language in real time, prompting users to reconsider their potentially hurtful message or social media post before hitting send.
The joint initiative between headspace and Leo Burnett Melbourne has had a huge impact with bullying behaviour amongst users decreasing by an incredible 67%.
On Safer Internet Day, we are now asking for your support to help us continue making a difference.
Currently the tool is only available as a Google Chrome extension, so now the creators are calling on the public to support a crowdfunding campaign to make it mobile compatible and support 96% of young people who access social media on their mobile devices.
To find out more information and how you can support reword, visit: www.bit.ly/IndigoReword