8.25.2011

Support the S.O.P.H.I.E. Lancaster Foundation



On 11th August 2007, 20 year-old Sophie Lancaster and her boyfriend Robert Maltby were kicked, stamped on and left unconscious – for nothing more than looking different. Sophie later died from her injuries.

The S.O.P.H.I.E. Lancaster Foundation was set up by Sylvia Lancaster, a youth worker and Sophie's mother, in her memory, and is dedicated to educating young people in our society about acceptance and tolerance towards others through interactive youth workshops.
As a brand that promotes the right to experiment and self-express through the way you look, Illamasqua have continually supported the Foundation's work and remains committed to changing attitudes towards subcultures.
To mark the 4th anniversary of Sophie's death, we have created a new film in association with The S.O.P.H.I.E. Lancaster Foundation to further raise awareness and celebrate their work.
Stand up for Sophie – act now and buy an Illamasqua Sophie pencil,wristband or make a donation. £3 from the Sophie Pencil purchased and all proceeds from the wristband sales go directly to the Foundation and help them spread their message of tolernace and acceptance throughout our society.
To find out more, please visit www.sophielancasterfoundation.com. Follow The Sophie Lancaster Foundation on Twitter for daily updates on the charity's work at www.twitter.com/SOPHIE_charity
S.O.P.H.I.E.    Stamp. Out. Prejudice. Hatred and Intolerance. Everywhere.