Talk About Pop Music favourite and award winning artist Rachael Sage shows her support by donating all of the proceeds of her new EP ‘Home’ featuring anti-bullying anthem ‘I Don’t Believe It’ to Ditch The Label.
‘I Don’t Believe It’ explores the topic of bullying and features 3-time national dance champion Kaci King, an eleven-year-old performer who reached out to Sage on Facebook.
Ditch The Label are one of the largest and most ambitious anti-bullying charities in the world. They are defiant, innovative and most importantly, proud to be different. Their mission is to reduce the effects and prominence of bullying internationally. No more disempowerment.
No more prejudice.
No more bullying.
Each year, they provide award-winning support to thousands of young people aged 12-25, primarily through online partnerships. They also work with schools, colleges, parents/guardians, young people and other youth organisations. Innovation is at the core of all that they do and they believe that they can, and will beat bullying altogether.
How awesome is it for Rachael to do this? Please support the song and let’s stamp out bullying!
Rachael’s generosity knows no bounds as she is also giving away a goody bag which includes a limited-edition Tote Bag jam packed full of fabulous goodies including her new CD, signature Rachael Sage lipgloss, a Rachael Sage kazoo, and pop-art, “Choreographic”- themed coloring book.
To get your hands on this awesomeness simply tell us in the comments below why you think you should get it or even a simple share of this post to promote the message – it’s really that easy.
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I currently work in the IT industry (yawn)
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