GLAAD updates Spirit Day app for 2015's anti-bullying occasion

GLAAD updates Spirit Day app for 2015's anti-bullying event

Lots of people have been tinting their social media profile pics in purple each mid-October for the previous 5 years as a approach to help the LGBT youth and to take a stand towards bullying. One straightforward approach to try this is to make use of the Homosexual & Lesbian Alliance Towards Defamation’s (GLAAD) “Go Purple for #SpiritDay” app, which it has simply refreshed forward of this yr’s occasion on the fifteenth. Along with producing purple profile pics, the app has a direct donation hyperlink to GLAAD, in addition to new anti-bullying assets and sharing choices. It is now obtainable for obtain from each iTunes and Google Play units — simply notice that you simply’d have to observe a video advert from its sponsor (Toyota Monetary Providers) whenever you first hearth it up.

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