Soap & Glory STOMP Out Bullying

By  September 17, 2012

As pretty as your pucker might look with a swipe of a punchy gloss, at the end of the day, it’s the words that come out of it that really make an impact. Soap & Glory has teamed up with the leading anti-bullying program in the U.S., STOMP Out Bullying, and created the PROUD MOUTH initiative to empower kids to be their unapologetic selves without feeling threatened by bullies. Over the next year, the beauty brand will donate $1 from every Baby Doll Sexy Mother Pucker Lip Gloss to help the STOMP Out Bullying HELPCHAT Line fund more trained counselors to aid kids who are being bullied and are at-risk for suicide. The anti-bullying campaign operates by way of the NO MATTER ethos: to inspire us to honor our differences and respect and celebrate our similarities no matter who we are, what we look like, our sexual orientation, or our beliefs. Soap & Glory aims to raise up to $25,000 for the cause in hopes of encouraging kids to be proud of who they are, what they say, and what they do. Celebrities like LeAnn Rimes, Jillian Michaels, Megan Park, Catt Sadler, Tabatha Coffey and Daniella Monet are spreading the word about bullying. You can tweet with @SoapandGlory in their efforts to help @StompOutBullying #proudmouth.Spread the word with glossed lips that have only kind words to share – after all, it takes even less than the purchase of a pretty tube of lip gloss to pack a real punch against bullying.

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