Mary Kay was on hand to show off their fun Mary Kay At Play products (including some pretty eye trios, glosses and lip and eye crayons), but even more importantly they were raising money for Loveisrespect.org with their Kiss For a Cause campaign. Here Tia Mowry-Hardrict adds her own personal message to the important cause.
iFred, the international foundation for research and education on depression, was also getting the word out on their important mission and Nelly was more than happy to add his words of inspiration to the organization.
Lucy Hale unleashed her inner Katniss at the Hasbro booth with their Nerf Rebelle game (which is so fun—we tried it, too!) to win toys for City of Hope.
It looks like 1D is hitting the books at the Office Depot area of the retreat. The guys showed their support for the Office Depot Foundation by spending time at the 1D+OD Live LOVE MOVE: Together Against Bullying mock classroom that was decorated with the Office Depot 1D+OD Limited Edition Collection. The quintet were stoked when they realized their 1D + OD line of 5 limited edition One Direction Scotch Expressions Tapes including anti-bullying messages were also included in backpacks being donated to Pencils of Promise.
The Little Mix ladies, all sporting sky high heels, stopped by the Retreat to check out Scotch Expressions Tapes and found a variety of fun colorful patterns to decorate their backpack which each of the band members signed to donate to Pencils of Promise.
Paramore's Jeremy Davis and Taylor York sign a Scotch Expressions Tapes backpack for charity as well. The guys were also psyched to see Rider flip flops at the retreat because the band just returned from Brazil, where the company is based.
Katie Cassidy sends the message, "Be true! Be you!" to help support Loveisrespect.org at the Mary Kay booth.