YouTube sensation and Coca-Cola Mix’On winner Alyssa Bernal has teamed up with Closets for Causes to raise money for Love is Louder.

Alyssa has donated the outfit from her performance at the The Coca-Cola Red Carpet LIVE! concert at the American Music Awards 2012 alongside Jason Derulo.

“It means a lot to me to support Love is Louder. Valentine’s Day is about showing people that you love them. Please get together, stop bullying and spread the love for a great cause. This Valentine’s Day: Love is Louder!” says Alyssa about Love is Louder.

The Love is Louder movement was started by The Jed Foundation, MTV and actress Brittany Snow to support anyone feeling mistreated, alone or hopeless. Hundreds of thousands of people from around the world have joined the movement to raise the volume around a critical message – that love and support is more powerful than any voice that brings us down or causes us pain. Individuals, schools and communities can get involved at

“By raising money for Love is Louder through Closets for Causes, Alyssa is helping further our work and inspiring her fans to also take action to support others and make their communities more inclusive” says Courtney Knowles, Director of Love is Louder.

The auction, which will be available on eBay Monday, February 11th, includes the Bishop red leather jacket, the Gypsy Junkies sequin romper and the sky high Luichiny platform boots worn by the singer at her AMAs red carpet performance all in the season’s colors of love, just in time for Valentine’s Day.

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