ENTER TO WIN: What You Wear, Can Make A Difference…Compassion Brands

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Compassion Brands is a collective of socially conscious executives in fashion design, retail, the arts and philanthropy, who aspire to enlighten engage and empower our global community through fashion, to bring about a transformational and positive cultural change on important social issues.

By developing and marketing their cause related fashion brands they fulfill one very significant goal; to bring awareness and support to charitable causes, through positive messaging fashion! Compassion Brands platforms a revolutionary shift in  charitable funding!

Compassion Brands was created to build consciousness around bullying and its ever present lasting negative effects on children, teens, and adults. Compassion Brands is on a mission to help end bullying by designing  items signifying the brands goal of putting an end to bullying forever. The jewelry not only creates awareness behind this epidemic, but Compassion Brands also donates proceeds from every item sold to the anti bully movement. Compassion seeks to make what you wear, make a difference, truly making it fashionable to be compassionate!

Compassion Collage 6-26-14

To find out more, check them out on Twitter & Instagram – @antibullyinfo

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Comments

  1. saminder gumer says

    i like it when style joins with causes because it helps raise more money and help those in need. i try to help regardless if the style is there or not.

  2. Shawn says

    I really like style and social causes joining together. It makes me more likely to purchase the products knowing that I am helping a good cause.

  3. susan says

    Raising awareness makes good sense.and I like it much better than advertising someone’s company on clothes

  4. Jessica Whitehouse says

    If a company is really doing something for a good cause, I think it’s a good idea. But I don’t buy things just because they have a charity logo on them.

  5. Sand says

    I think it’s great as long as the charities actually benefit from it and the majority of funding earned isn’t given towards administrative costs.

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