Hayley Williams is donating a portion of each goodDYEyoung sale to an awesome cause

November 24, 2016
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As if we couldn’t love Hayley Williams any more than we already do, her hair dye brand goodDYEyoung is giving back for the holidays.

From Black Friday through December 20, goodDYEyoung will be donating $1 from every product sold towards a non-profit organization that represents a cause the brand deeply cares about.

Read on to see the amazing organizations they’re supporting!

Read more: 7 looks we’re “dyeing” over from Hayley Williams’ hair dye line

What's even cooler? Each shade is going to support a different cause. Check out the awesome organizations the hair dye proceeds will be going towards below!

Riot x Trevor Project

Donations from the brilliant Riot will go towards the Trevor Project, which provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ young people.

Steal My Sunshine x NRDC

Proceeds from this suneshiney shade will go towards the NRDC, which works to safeguard the earth—its people, its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends.

Blue Ruin x RAINN

The donations from the dazzling Blue Ruin will go to RAINN, the nation's largest anti-sexual violence organization.

Rock Lobster x NAACP

Proceeds from the fire engine red shade will go towards the NAACP, America's foremost legal organization fighting for racial justice.

Ex-Girl x The Center for Reproductive Rights

Donations from the bold Ex-Girl shade will go towards The Center for Reproductive Rights, which promotes and defends the reproductive rights of women worldwide.

merch x NAMM Foundation

Proceeds from the brand’s rad merch sales will be going to support the NAMM Foundation, which supports music access and education throughout society, especially at an early age.

Need help figuring out what shade you’d like to try? Take our quiz to see which Hayley shade you’d like to try yourself!



What color are you hoping to pick up? Let us know in the comments!

Watch more: APMAs 2015: Hayley Williams wins Best Vocalist presented by AXS TV


Written by Maggie Dickman