Jillian Rose Reeds Supports Breaking The Chains’ National Eating Disorder Awareness Week!

Stars arrive at the Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild Awards in Hollywood, CAJillian Rose Reed is absolutely amazing. The Awkward star helps support many causes like UNICEF, ADA Step Out Walk and so many other wonderful causes! This time she’s reaching out to family, friends and fans alike to help in support her organization, Breaking The Chains for National Eating Disorder Awareness Week.

You can check out what Jillian had to say from her video in the link below!

http://www.whosay.com/status/jillianrosereed/1074236?wsref=tw&code=FyEacWS

Jillian Rose Reed’s Short Film Accepted Into Action On Film International Film Festival

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Awkward star Jillian Rose Reed’s  newest project “Finding Alice” is being accepted as an official selection at the 2014 Action on Film International Film Festival for both a short film and the written word competition“Finding Alice” is a short film produced for the Breaking the Chains campaign. Reed is the official celebrity spokesperson and producer of Breaking The Chains, a global non-profit artistic based charity that aims to provide awareness, understanding and support for those affected by eating disorders.

Check out the trailer for the short film below:
– Finding Alice Trailer: http://vimeo.com/user15671143/review/102973829/3ca232791a

All festival info www.aoffest.com Tickets http://www.aoffest.com/#!stockist/c1mya
– Screening is on Saturday, August 23rd at 2pm
– Action on Film is rated in Movie Maker Magazine as one of the top 25 festivals both domestically and internationally.
– Social Media links for Breaking the Chains: https://www.facebook.com/IamBreakingTheChains/timeline
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Jillian Rose Reed’s Breaking The Chains Project Launches On IndieGogo – WATCH NOW!

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Jillian Rose Reed’s Breaking The Chains project – the mission statement of the campaign is “to change the face of eating disorders”;  just relaunched on IndieGogo. “Breaking The Chains is a unified global campaign and non-profit charity organization geared toward creating a community of awareness, understanding, support and change for the many women, men, and children affected by eating disorders.”

MTV Awkward star Jillian Rose Reed serves as the official celebrity spokesperson and is also a producer on the project.

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/my-worst-enemy/x/7746623

Be sure to donate to this worthy cause on IndieGogo.com

Jillian Rose Reed ‘Kickstarts’ The Breaking The Chains Project

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Jillian Rose Reed is participating in. She is a producer on the Breaking the Chains project, a campaign that aims to change the face of eating disorders. They launched a Kickstarter campaign on Friday, May 16th. 

“I think it’s no secret that everyone is effected one way or the other by this disease that we want to shed light on”, said Jillian Rose Reed (MTV’s Awkward), on the freshly launched kickstarter campaign video for the song “My Worst Enemy” (performed by Reed), whose goal it is to help crowd-finance a music video to a song about the inner emotional turmoil of having an eating disorder.

Reed, together with a group of Hollywood Entertainment professionals, including creator/writer/ producer/director Debra Hopkins, producer/director Anabelle Munro, and Jillian Rose Reed’s fellow Hollywood celebrity colleagues, Erin Sanders and August Emerson, will star with her in the video.  All have joined forces to help give this cause a brand new voice. The community they want to build carries the powerful name “Breaking The Chains” and this is exactly what the group wants to do.  The campaign that Hopkins founded is a new, art forum and educational based community that wants to demystify the many misconceptions of eating disorders.

Founded and created in 2012 by Debra Hopkins, “Breaking The Chains” is offering a “community” that leaps up to the sky and shouts “I Want To Change The Face of Eating Disorders!”   A worldwide campaign called, “Breaking The Chains!  Hopkins explains it as “A place where people can go to express themselves from the inside out where it really all lives and breathes.  Identify the struggle from where it begins and recognize it in ways that have been kept silent for far to long.  Help those who love people struggling understand, this isn’t just about the food and what it looks like.  We need to understand what it feels like and allow healing to really happen!”

You can learn more here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/800934521/my-worst-enemy

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