Kylie Jenner Auctioning Selfie For LGBT Anti-Bullying Campaign
Kylie Jenner is auctioning off the chance to win a selfie with her, all in the name of charity.
Jenner, who has spoken out against cyberbullying a lot over the last year, has partnered with the Los Angeles LGBT Center on its anti-bullying campaign with Stomp Out Bullying. To fundraise, they’ve teamed up with Prizeo for an online contest. Each donation of $10 gets the entrant the chance to win a selfie with Jenner at an upcoming charity event, along with a trip to Los Angeles.
The teen says in a statement, “I’ll be at the anti-bullying event on July 14th in L.A. and I want to meet up with you on the blue carpet! We’ll take a selfie when we meet up, too! If you want to win, please think about teaming up with me, Stomp Out Bullying, and the Los Angeles LGBT Center by donating $10 to our anti-bullying campaign. All the money raised is going to do incredible work, so let’s stomp out bullying together.”
Those who donate $50 will receive a “Konfident, Kompassionate, & Kourageous” T-shirt, which also features Jenner’s signature. Additional rewards for donations include the reality star’s limited edition “#IAmMoreThan” nail polish set, and if you have $2,500 lying around, you can be in a video for the product. As Gossip Cop has reported, Jenner started the “#IAmMoreThan” campaign on Instagram last year to help combat bullying and stereotypes.
A number of stars have teamed up with Prizeo for charity endeavors in recent years, including Zac Efron and Miley Cyrus. Jenner’s contest runs through next Thursday. To donate, go to Prizeo.com.