This November 14th marks the start of the 2016 anti-bullying week and to show support and raise awareness for the victims of bullying, award winning singer Rachael Sage has kindly decided to donate all the proceeds from her latest EP ‘Home‘ to the Ditch The Label charity.
Rachael’s ‘Home’ EP is the perfect choice to support the anti-bullying charity as it features the track ‘I Don’t Believe It’ which explores the topic of bullying and the music video also features 3-time national dance champion Kaci King, who is an 11-year-old performer who reached out to Sage via Facebook.
Ditch The Label are one of the largest anti-bullying charities in the world. They are proud to be different and are defiant in the face of bullying. Their mission is to reduce the affects and prominence of bullying globally. Their strong and inspiring slogan reads; “No more dis-empowerment. No more prejudice. No more bullying”.
Each and every year they provide award winning support to thousands of young people primarily aged between 12-25 around the world, through online partnerships.
They also work alongside schools, colleges, parents/guardians, young people and a variety of youth organisations. Innovation is at the core of everything they do and Ditch The Label believe that they can, and will beat bullying forever.
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