AN ANTI-BULLYING charity is determined to make a lot of noise about its cause.
The Launceston-born Angels Goal has just launched its latest campaign, Bullying No Rockin' Way, which sees the not-for-profit team join with Australian bands to spread the anti-bullying message.
The campaign invites participants from across the country and from all walks of life to pen the lyrics to an anti-bullying anthem and put them to a tune.
Nationally acclaimed bands Boy and Bear and Parkway Drive have also thrown their weight behind the campaign.
Charity founder Reuben Cunningham said the campaign was a powerful way to connect to the youth of today.
``Angels Goal is all about encouraging the youth of the day to make social, generational change,'' Mr Cunningham said.
Mr Cunningham encouraged high schools and secondary schools - as well as individuals - to put pen to paper and submit an entry.
Bullying No Rockin' Way is open now until June 30.
For more information, visit www.bullyingnorockinway.com, www angelsgoal.org.au or search Angels Goal Inc. on Facebook.