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federal tax ID is: 20-1692502.
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*After a recent
93% of the students can recognize when
they are having negative judgments against
themselves and others
83% state they learned how to cancel out
negative judgments and replace them with
58% indicate that no one has bullied them
since Hey U.G.L.Y.'s presentation
Other ways to support Hey U.G.L.Y. is Gift and Legacy
Planning, Gifts of Stock or Real Estate, or Corporate or
Foundation Sponsorships. Call your financial advisor for
information on how to do this.
You can even make your donation a gift.
Instead of a present that will sit on a shelf
you can give a gift that helps teens and
tweens with a
Hey U.G.L.Y. GIFT THAT GIVES card.
"Hey U.G.L.Y. is an essential resource
for teens, tweens and those who educate them.
The website, radio shows and school programs
offer support, education and inspiration for
teens suffering from depression, bullying,
eating disorders and other serious issues. Hey
U.G.L.Y. is a true lifesaver for troubled
teens, their friends and families."
Jill Zimmerman Rutledge, M.S.W., LCSW
and clinical consultant for the National
Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated
Disorders (ANAD) and author of: Dealing
With The Stuff That Makes Life Tough: The Ten
Things That Stress Girls Out and How To Cope
"I had the pleasure of interviewing
Betty Hoeffner and a 7th grader named Connor
on my radio show, "Relationships 101." Ms.
Hoeffner's nonprofit organization is doing
such good and important work in stopping
bullying, and Connor is living proof of that.
Every school in the land ought to have a Hey
U.G.L.Y. program available for its students.
This would help prevent the long term
consequences of bullying."
Dr. Beth Erickson, host of
"Relationships 101" on www.webtalkradio.net
and Bestselling author of Marriage Isn't for