Jodie Marsh gives £10,000 donation from ASOS to Diana Award Anti-Bullying Ambassador Programme.
The Diana Award is delighted that Jodie Marsh has chosen to donate £10,000 from ASOS to the Diana Award’s Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Programme. The donation will enable the Diana Award to train and support many more young people who experience bullying in their everyday lives - particularly those affected by cyber bullying which is on the increase.
Jodie Marsh is an Anti-Bullying Ambassador for the Diana Award. Jodie says, “I’m so proud to support the amazing work of all the Diana Anti-Bullying Ambassadors across the UK. I know from my own experiences that bullying can be incredibly damaging and it’s important that young people come together to end its harmful effects.”
Tessy Ojo, CEO, Diana Award says: “At the Diana Award we know that all forms of bullying is wrong and we work with thousands of young people to help them create a culture where bullying is seen as unacceptable and should not be tolerated. We believe that engaging with other young people to tackle bullying is the way forward and that’s why we place children at the heart of our preventative work. Young people have the power to tackle this issue head-on and this donation will give more young people the training and tools so they act as ambassadors in their school and communities. It’s about recognizing the power of young people to tackle change and influence others.”
The Diana Award was set up as a lasting legacy to Princess Diana’s belief that young people have the power the change the world for the better. Her sons The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry support this prestigious award.