Madison Beer Teams Up With Do Something For “Birthday Mail” Campaign — Watch Now!

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Do Something is a non-profit organization that has been working with youth to make social changes since around 1993. Teaming up with different youth celebs and just any willing youth for different campaigns, Do Something has taken leaps on making changes.

Recently, Madison Beer teamed up with Do Something for the “Birthday Mail” campaign which will be launched today and ends October 17th. It involves sending birthday cards to a child experiencing homelessness. Madison Beer promoted the campaign by making a YouTube video and tweeting it. Also, anyone who signs up enters a chance to win a $10,000 scholarship. For more information, go here, and make sure you check out the video that she made below!

What Are You The Boss Of? Join The #ImABoss Campaign With Fifth Harmony–Watch Now!

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This year, Fifth Harmony has partnered with, the largest non-profit organization focused on teens. As Fifth Harmony was part of the Teens For Jeans campaign a few months ago, they helped form a new kind of campaign known as #ImABoss.

The #ImABoss campaign was created for girls to understand they are the boss of themselves. According to statistics, 7 out of 10 girls have low self esteem or little self-confidence. This is when the fearsome fivesome stepped in, as they want girls to become empowered and help one another to rise up and take control.

Fans are encouraged to create signs telling what they’re boss of like “I am BOSS of my mind” or “I am BOSS of my fierceness” (examples in Fifth Harmony pic above). They are asked to take a picture of themselves with the sign and upload to the #ImABoss Campaign site.

For more information on this spectacular campaign, check out You can also hear what Fifth Harmony had to say about it from their interview on the TODAY Show this morning (July 8th) down below.

What are you the BOSS of?



Ally Brooke: You Can Make A Difference

BjtIkQqCUAAYcErAlly Brooke, along with other members of Fifth Harmony, supported’s Teens For Jeans campaign, a cause where teens collected gently used jeans to help homeless children in need. Now, the campaign has finally come to an end and Ally was able to share the great news with the rest of the world.

That’s right! With you and you and, of course you, the entire country was able to accurately collect, according to DoSomething’s official Twitter, 802,488 pairs of jeans with the participation of over 12,629 schools and colleges. Congratulations to all who helped this cause! And remember, in words from Ally Brooke:

Yes, we can.

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