Outfit launches limited edition 'Right To Be Me' jumper for Childline

Josh Cuthbert is just one of the celebrities helping Childline to raise awareness of self-esteem issues in young people  

We're launching a 2 year partnership with fashion retailer, Outfit, to help raise awareness of Childline.

Self-esteem and unhappiness was the number one issue dealt with by Childline in 2015/16. So a key focus of the #RightToBeMe partnership will be around giving children and young people the information and advice they need to help them deal with their self-esteem and body confidence issues.

Supported by a host of celebrities, including Olly Murs, Amanda Holden, Louis Smith and Michelle Keegan, the partnership aims to let young people know that it’s normal to be worried about how they feel or what they look like.

"We are all different and the route to happiness is to celebrate this fact and not attempt to conform to a picture or a view seen in a magazine or spread across social media. This is the message that is at the heart of ‘Right To be Me’, and is why I am fully supportive of the campaign being run by the NSPCC and OUTFIT."
Josh Cuthbert / Singer, Union J

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Since the 13 September, the fashion retailer that stocks the likes of Topman, Topshop, Burton, Dorothy Perkins, Miss Selfridge, Wallis and Evans will be selling exclusive unisex ‘Right To Be Me’ sweatshirts for £22 online and in its key stores across the country, with all the proceeds going to Childline.  

Don't forget to share your #RightToBeMe sweatshirt selfie with us!

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"We are really looking forward to working with Outfit over the next two years, a partnership that will see us raising funds for Childline and generating greater awareness amongst teenagers of the vital services it can provide for them. "
Claire Hoyle / NSPCC Head of Partnerships

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