The teenage cancer charity has appointed singer Caly Bevier as its new face
A beauty industry charity that supports teenagers with cancer has launched a website and named singer Caly Bevier as its new ambassador.
The Look Good Feel Better for Teens (LGFB) new educational online platform has a sleek navigation system and places social media at the centre of its design to encourage users to share articles.
“We hope this new website will serve as a comprehensive resource for teens as they deal with these symptoms, and help them restore a new sense of normalcy in their lives,” said Louanne Roark, Executive Director of the Look Good Feel Better Foundation.
Bevier, the new spokesperson, is best known for her appearance on US entertainment series America’s Got Talent.
She was diagnosed with stage three ovarian cancer at 15 years old and was awarded LGFB’s ‘Dream Girls’ gong at the charity's 2016 DreamBall.
As a new Confidence Ambassador for the charity she will help promote the programme and its support services to teenage cancer patients.
"When I was sick, I really got crazy with make-up – like over the top glam looks,” said Bevier.
“Being in a Look Good Feel Better workshop, and meeting these amazing women and volunteers, I know we can bring Look Good Feel Better to other girls like me and it will be life-changing in so many ways."