These hoodies come in crazy quirky “characters” that were created by Cindy Bailey, whose eldest son was bullied throughout his school years. Cindy’s hope is that her “products and message will empower young people to believe in themselves, to approach each day as a gift, and to never miss an opportunity to practice love, respect and kindness, no matter what is standing in their way.” Cindy is proud to contribute proceeds from each hoodie to groups that help youth in crisis.
Last week, many of Notable’s favourite Toronto celebs and hosts also took the opportunity to get involved in preventing bullying in our community through education and awareness by showing off their SO SO Happy hoodies.
MuchMusic’s Lauren Toyota and Phoebe Dykstra spread love with their smiles and displayed their dynamic duds.
eTalk host Tanya Kim supports bullying awareness week, looking adorable in her SO SO Happy hoodie.
Rogers “You World This Week” host Rachel David also wore her SO SO Happy hoodie and declared, “This sweater actually DOES make me SO SO Happy!”
Degrassi stars and sisters Cassie and Alex Steele help to “inspire self confidence and individuality” with their always-contagious smiles and courageous quirkiness.
Though Bullying Awareness week is over, it is never too late to celebrate and promote solutions to bullying. You can snag your own delightful SO SO Happy hoodies here.