Are there group discounts for purchasing Red Glasses for schools, athletic teams, and organizations?
Yes, please contact us via the form on the bottom of this page or email us directly at email@example.com for more information.
How do I keep passing on this message after the video and sharing the glasses?
Recognize others in your organization for living boldly, loving big, or passing it on with a Red Glasses Award and/or an RGM pin (email us for certificate).
“Pass It On” with a service project to share your big love with others. Some ideas are to host a clothing/personal care item drive for a local charity, make cards for someone in need of a brighter day, or host a car parade to cheer up the homebound. See our social media for ways others have passed it on!
Are there any activities to share with teachers to help their students further understand the mission?
Yes. We have a worksheet geared for early childhood, elementary and secondary students available.
How do I share this message with parents at my school before or after sharing the video?
We have created a parent letter, feel free to email us for a copy.
Do you have any videos showing how people have shared the message of Red Glasses Movement?
Yes. Please see below.
- Local volunteers and non-profit organizations teamed up for a Costume Car Parade to visit individuals in group homes who are homebound to bring some extra cheer.
- Audrey’s class has been doing a service project in honor of Audrey and “passing on” her message for the past three school years. In July of 2020 the students created this video telling us how they live boldly, love big, and pass it on. Some of the tiniest but most powerful RGMbassadors we have!
- Local recording artist, Lana Chalfoun writes song “Audrey Lou” with Audrey’s siblings Tommy and Samantha. The song embodies the personality and traits that allowed Audrey to be so impactful during her time here on earth. Lana performs the song with Samantha at her album release concert at the Wealthy Street Theater. Note: go to 38:00. (September 2019)
- Saline Elementary Schools intertwine the mission of Red Glasses Movement into their inclusive curriculum to recognize students that are living boldly, loving big, and passing it on.
Where do the donations to Red Glasses Movement go?
Donations to the Red Glasses Movement allow us to purchase RGM Red Glasses/RGM pins for schools/organizations that might not be able to fund the glasses themselves. These organizations/schools are passionate about the mission and want to share Red Glasses to remind others to live boldly, love big, and pass it on. Our donors help us share thousands of Red Glasses each year at a great discount or no cost at all.