A group of teen stars will hit Los Angeles for an anti-bullying charity concert tomorrow – and fans are encouraged to donate their old jeans to the homeless.
The Jeans Bring Dreams concert welcomes donations of gently used jeans – any size, any style – which will be donated to homeless shelters in the Los Angeles County.
Lindsay Taylor from “The School Gyrls” will be discussing bullying and her experience firsthand. Allie Dimeco, Brooke Scher, and Jazzlyn Marae will be on hand as the MC’s. The concert includes motivation, entertainment, and a strong message to join together to “End Bullying Now.”
“We are very excited to bring the concert to Los Angeles and involve the tween and teen celebrities for this event. Prior to the concert Champions Against Bullying is hosting a private gifting suite with over seventy confirmed celebrities. We know together we will carry a huge message to stop the bullies,” said Dina Thomas-Virrueta from dekoposh, Inc.
Champions Against Bullying is committed to reducing School Bullying and Youth Violence so that every child can learn, develop and thrive in a safe environment. Learning is impaired when children are scared. There is never an excuse for bullying. All children have the right to a complete education, widening their circle of opportunity to emerge as tomorrow’s leaders.
This program is sure to inspire and motivate attendees to get involved in their communities, give back, make positive changes, and create a better tomorrow. The theme song for the “Jeans Bring Dreams” tour written and performed by Brianna de Alba carries a special message of empowerment, inspiration, and leadership.
“Our goal is to illustrate that young leaders can and will come together and stand strong in an effort to “End Bullying Together,” said Dina Thomas-Virrueta.
The show will take place at Level 3, 6801 Hollywood Boulevard. Tickets to tomorrow’s concert, which is scheduled to run from 5pm until 10pm, are $10. Find out more at the official website.