ABOUT LOVE IS LOUDER: Published on Dec 9, 2012
This organization was started by The Jed Foundation, MTV and Brittany Snow to support anyone feeling mistreated, misunderstood or alone. Love is Louder has become a movement where all types of people come together to raise the volume around the message that love and support are louder than any internal or external voice that brings us down. Individuals, communities, schools and organizations have embraced Love is Louder as a way to address issues like bullying, negative self-image, discrimination, loneliness and depression. go to LoveIsLouder.com and join the movement now. Please show your surport and make a donation or you can donate here.
My birthday is on December 19th and this year I wanted to do something different than just going to dinner and having a big party with friends. I decided to use CrowdRise.com to launch a fundraising campaign for the amazing organization Love Is Louder (The Jed Foundation). ***ALL DONATIONS ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE***
I know I’m not a celebrity and raising money can be intimidating (especially this time of year), but this website allows anyone and everyone to raise money for charities they believe in. Maybe you will consider launching a fundraising campaign for your next birthday. Thank you for taking the time to watch my video and thank you for continuously supporting me….Shane Bitney Crone.
As to honor Shane Bitney Crone for his amazing campaigns and all the hard work he has put forth on Prop 8, his continued success with “Bridegroom” and his sincere continual support of all LGBT peoples and the Love is Louder project, In your honor, B.P would like to dedicate the following song and video. Love Inc. are a Canadian eurodance music group from Toronto. The group was formed by DJ/remixer/producers Chris Sheppard and Brad Daymond, with Simone Denny on vocals. The group scored its first major hit on the Canadian pop chart with “Broken Bones”, the music video for which won the Best Video award at the 1998 MuchMusic Video Awards. “Broken Bones” peaked at number 6 (Canadian Airplay) and 31 (Top 100 singles) in 1998 and was followed that same year by “You’re a Superstar”, which peaked at number 11. “You’re a Superstar” also became the band’s only hit in the United States, where it peaked at number 22 on the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart in 1999. The singles “Who Do You Love” and “Homeless” followed in 1999.
Also to anyone who now feels left out, depressed and alone look up, speak up and be proud because your a superstar….lotsa luv 🙂
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