National Bullying Prevention Month: Clarisonic x PACER #CleanTheMean Campaign

Sadly in recent years, bullying has grown significantly. Whether it’s verbal, physical, social, or cyberbullying, this issue is having tremendous and lasting harmful effects on children, teens, and adults. Bullying has become an accepted childhood rite of passage, and it shouldn’t have to be. You may or may not know that October is National Bullying Prevention Month. To help bring an end to all forms of bullying, Clarisonic is partnering with PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center, the preeminent bullying prevention charity in the nation, for the Clarisonic x PACER #CleanTheMean campaign.

PACER and Clarisonic (the creator of the #1 most-recommended skin-cleansing device by U.S. dermatologists*), announce a new partnership and campaign designed to drive awareness and raise donations for PACER’s bullying prevention efforts. Clarisonic was founded with the belief that healthy, beautiful-looking skin can help people be their most confident selves. Through this partnership, Clarisonic hopes to encourage young people to love the skin they’re in and to be confident advocates. For every #CleanTheMean social post shared on Facebook or Instagram this year, Clarisonic will donate $1 to PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center, up to $100,000.

“We passionately believe that kids who feel safe, accepted, and supported will live up to their full, brilliant potential,” says Julie Hertzog, Director of PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center. “We are excited to join forces with Clarisonic to launch the #CleanTheMean campaign—a compelling way to spread awareness and encourage young people to be confident advocates for themselves and others.”

“All of us at Clarisonic are inspired by the work that PACER has done to prevent bullying with education, advocacy, and positivity,” says Elisabeth Araujo, President of Clarisonic. “We’re excited to help make the world a kinder, more beautiful place, and hope people will join us simply by sharing one of our #CleanTheMean stories or one of their own.”

The Clarisonic x PACER #CleanTheMean Campaign is designed to drive awareness and raise donations for PACER’s bullying prevention efforts. The money raised through this campaign will help PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center continue put important resources in the hands of parents, educators, and students alike to help put an end to the national bullying epidemic. These resources include classroom lessons, school programming ideas, tips, tools, and stories of people who have transitioned from being a bullying target to a bullying prevention advocate, like 17-year old Natalie:

Natalie shares: “The best thing I did was reach out. I really felt like I was internalizing a lot of it and I was blaming myself. I was ashamed to go to anyone to talk about it. But as soon as I started opening up and telling people about it—telling my parents, telling a teacher about it that I really trusted — that’s when it started to get better.”

To learn more about the Clarisonic x PACER #CleanTheMean Campaign, how you can help, or donate, visit

Click-eez Anti-Bullying Bracelets | It’s About Clicking Together

The non-profit organization “End to Cyber Bullying” (ETCB) has partnered with the new accessory company, Click-eez, a fashion accessories for young girls with a very important message and cause – an end to bullying.

Click-eez bracelets are not only adorable and fashionable, they also spread the positive message. Together with ETCB, they are spreading awareness about bullying and cyber-bullying, which has been on the rise in the last few years. These stack-able bracelets make a distinct clicking sound when stacked together, which helps to promote their inventive catchphrase “it’s about clicking together!”

Here’s a close up of the bracelets stacked together.They tote messages such as “be the change” and “click together”

Click-eez can be shared and traded with friends, which kids surely love. These bracelets are going to be the next big thing with little girls and tweens alike. Click-eez can be mixed and matched to compliment any outfit, which is great because it enables girls to show off their individual taste and style. With the holiday season right around the corner, these would make a great stocking stuffers for your favorite little girl!

Click-eez bracelets are bright, colorful, and flashy – a sure hit with any little girl.
Here’s a picture of them being worn – so adorable!

Click-eez can help to open up important conversations about cyber bullying with your little girl, without any unwanted awkwardness. We spend more and more time online in this day and age, so cyber bullying is definitely an issue that needs to be addressed with the younger generations. Click-eez is taking a step in the right direction by spreading awareness about cyber bullying using fashion and making it cool to click together.

YOU’RE INVITED | LOEHMANN’S Men’s Shopping Event to Benefit Anti-Bullying Charity

Gentlemen!! (and you ladies you shop for your guy), do you want to enjoy drinks, discounts, great music from an in-store DJ, delicious food, and shopping fun while supporting a great cause? Then look no further than LOEHMANN’S Shopping Event to Benefit Anti-Bullying Charity, Friend Movement, an edgy campaign designed to invoke inspiration and conversation.

Along with all the above stated fun, attendees will also get wardrobe tips from men’s style bloggers, Closet Freaks and Scout Sixteen (a perfect time to turn your wardrobe in summer ready perfection). Friend Movement co-founder Ronnie Kroell (former star of Bravo’s “Make Me A Supermodel”) will be on site to answer questions about the organization.

The event is open to the public…and shoppers who donate $5 to Friend Movement will receive a 25% discount for the evening. While the party actually will happen in the MEN’s department…the discount is good throughout the entire store (so ladies you can enjoy shopping for yourself too)!!

Among the featured men’s labels are:  Life After Denim, Seven7, Buffalo, CK Jeans, Splendid, DKNY, Tommy Hilfiger, etc.  Score the hottest men’s trends: hot-color chinos (watermelon, citrus, apple green), patterned shirts, preppy must-haves, linen jackets, PLAIDS, floral shorts, madras….and more.

ABOUT Friend Movement

Friend Movement started as a grassroots effort to help show positive anti-bully images through art and media.  Part of the program is “The New F Word” campaign, featuring celebrities “giving bullying the bird.”  Tim Gunn, Carson Kressley, Lisa Vanderpump, Lance Bass, LeAnn Rimes, Adam Lambert, Marlee Matlin, Rachel Dratch, Carmen Electra,  Bruce Vilanch, and Ana Matronic are already on-board with more celebrities joining up.