Students at two local schools will have special places to sit and receive support.
Bomaderry High now has a specially made buddy bench for students to sit on when they are dealing with various issues.
Nowra East Public School, after the holidays, will take delivery of near similar bench.
Both benches were made and donated by Bomaderry resident Bob Aulsebrook.
Mr Aulsebrook made the benches to help students facing difficult situations like bullying.
"The girl or boy who has this thing worrying them goes to the bench and everyone will see them there and then sit and talk to them," he said.
The students and staff at Bomaderry High appreciated Mr Auslebrook's effort so much they invited him to a recent assembly.
Mr Aulsebrook was given a plaque of appreciation and spoke at the event.
He has made similar donations over the past few years.
When Mr Aulsebrook hears the tragic stories of young people harming themselves as a result of being bullied at school his heart breaks.
Mr Aulsebrook does not have a magic solution to end bullying at schools.
However, what he have creativity and a chainsaw and the renowned wood carver got to work.
"I want the benches to be put at two schools so if anyone is upset that someone is bullying them and it's starting to get inside them, they go sit on the bench," he said.
"It's a buddy bench and the idea is to talk things out with a buddy and believe me it (talking) will work."
The benches are made from radiata pine and took him six weeks to carve.
"They came from one log and took a lot of cutting," he said.