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Los Angeles Say NO Bullying Festival to Combat Bullying with Compassion and Star Power

09-30-2019 11:12 AM CET | Leisure, Entertainment, Miscellaneous

Press release from: Human Growth Foundation

The entire community - all ages and all walks of life - is invited to attend the 4th Annual Say NO Bullying Festival on Saturday, October 05, 2019, from 11 am to 3 pm, at Griffith Park-Pettigrew, in Los Angeles. The event will unite the general community with celebrities and bully prevention influencers for a day of education and empowerment. The no-cost event will combat bullying with compassion in action. Attendees must register online at SayNoBullying.org to attend the celebrity meet & greet.

The 4th Annual Say NO Bullying Festival, held during National Bully Prevention Month, will bring together children, teens, and adults for an outdoor extravaganza which engages, educates and empowers the entire community and especially those impacted by bullying.

The Say NO Bullying Festival will be hosted by actress LEXI UNDERWOOD ("The Good Doctor"), actor COOPER FRIEDMAN ("Stuck In The Middle"), actor/comedian MARK CHRISTOPHER LAWRENCE ("Glee" and "Chuck), actor QUINN FRIEDMAN ("Arbitrage"), and actress AVA CANTRELL ("Young Sheldon").

The bully prevention will feature empowerment messages from activists, exhibit booths, giveaways, food and entertainment, and a celebrity meet & greet with stars of Disney, Nickelodeon, ABC, CBS, Fox, Amazon, Bravo, Lifetime, and Netflix's most popular shows.

Confirmed Celebrities (As of September 25) are:
Ava Cantrell, Actress, "Young Sheldon"
Ava Kolker, Actress, "Insidious: The Last Key"
Brandon Severs, Actor, "Walk the Prank"
Brent Anthony, Actor, "Community"
Caleb Jeon, Actor, "A Little Help with Carol Burnett"
Christian Isaiah, Actor, "Shameless"
Christian J. Simon, Actor, "Sydney To The Max"
Cooper Friedman, Actor, "Girl Meets World"
Dakota Lotus, Actor, "Coop and Cami Ask the World"
Gem Sisters, Youtubers
Grayson Kilpatrick, Actor, "Chicken Girls: The Movie"
Hannah Swain, Actress, "Ruff-Ruff, Tweet, and Dave"
Hayley Powell, Actress, "School of Rock"
Jackson Dollinger, Actor, "Sydney To The Max"
Jessica Adams, Actress, "Spider-Man into the: Spider-Verse"
Jillian Estelle, Actress, "Black or White"
Joe Nieves, Actor, "Stuck in the Middle"
Joelle Better, Actress, "Bella and the Bulldogs"
Journey Slayton, Actress, "Crown"
Kai Scott, Actor, "Reverie, The Mick"
Kimberly Hebert Gregory, Actress, "Vice Principals"
Kitana Turnbull, Actress, Disney Jr.'s "The Rocketeer"
Kyra Lyn Actress, "I am Sorry"
Laura Leighton, Actress, “Pretty Little Liars”
Laya DeLeon Hayes, Actress, "Doc McStuffins"
Lexi Underwood, Actress, "The Good Doctor"
Mark Christopher Lawrence, Actor/Comedian, "Chuck"
Micah Abbey, Actor, "Cousins for Life"
Mikee Castillo, Actress, "The Lion King"
Mychal Bella Rayne Bowman, Actress/Model, "The Haves and the Have Nots"
Nikki Castillo, Actress, "KC Undercover"
Norton Leufven, Actor, "Superstore"
Papa Joe Aviance, Entrepreneur, Recording Artist, Best-Selling Author
Paris Smith, Actress, Nickelodeon's, "Every Witch Way"
Quinn Friedman, Actor, "Teachers"
Rachelle Henry, Actress, "Jersey Girls"
Riley B. Smith, Actor, "Scorpian"
Scarlet Spencer, Actress, "Cousins for Life"
Shannyn Sossamon, Singer/Actress, "A Knight's Tale"
Shea & Sofie Taylor, Actors, " Kid Hulk", "Lex"
Sheldon Bailey, Actor "Game Shakers", Musician
Sloane Morgan Siegel, Actor, "Gortimer Gibbon's Life on Normal Street"
Tori Kay, Singer
Tyler Gordon, Artist

Live performances will include martial arts group CHANNAH ZEITUNG & MILANA, rapper SHELDON BAILEY, dance group SPS, singer NORMAN KIM, rapper/singer DAKOTA LOTUS AND MAXABILLION, dancer AMANDA LACOUNT, and singer CHELSEA ROBSON.

Donations raised through the Say NO Bullying Festival will provide educational resources and tools to help educate and empower individuals impacted by bullying and their families.

Event supporters include CVS Caremark, DexaPercy Los Angeles, Crystal Geyser Natural Spring Water, Novo Nordisk, Pfizer, Jamafo and Options for Youth Charter Schools.

For more information about Say NO Bullying Festival, visit www.sayNOBullying.org/festival.

Human Growth Foundation
Telephone: 770-615-8522
997 Glen Cove Ave, Suite 5
Glen Head, New York 11545 USA

Our vision is to help children with growth disorders, adults with growth hormone deficiency, and healthcare providers reach new heights by providing awareness/outreach programs. HGF intends to offer support, features, and up-to-date information on newly discovered and existing disorders, diseases, and syndromes of growth abnormalities, in an effort to increase awareness and the importance of early diagnosis and treatment.

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