This October, join The UGLI Foundation to take a stand against
bullying. As a passionate mother who's witnessed bullying in
schools, and on and off the golf course as a national sports
commentator and wife of a professional golfer, founder Angela Garcia set out to redefine the word
"ugly" and make the world a kinder place where each person is
"Unique, Gifted, Loved and Individual."
Texas, Oct. 2, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- This
October, join The UGLI Foundation to take a stand against bullying.
Founder Angela Garcia is a
passionate mother who's witnessed bullying in schools, and on and
off the golf course as a national sports commentator and wife of
professional golfer Sergio Garcia.
She set out to make the world a kinder place by bringing together
students and adults to help redefine the word "ugly" and recognize
that each person is "Unique, Gifted, Loved and Individual."
The UGLI Foundation provides a variety of ways to get involved
in bullying prevention:
- Sign the pledge to support others who have been hurt or harmed,
take action by stepping in to stop bullying when you see it, treat
others with kindness, accept people's differences and include those
who are left out.
- Become an UGLI ambassador as a student between the ages of
12-18 years old, or anyone who has a social media platform, to help
amplify the message to stop bullying and receive the tools to do
- Donate to help onboard additional UGLI ambassadors, sponsor 1-2
therapy sessions for a child impacted by bullying; support schools
by funding bullying prevention curriculum for a school, grants to
schools to implement an anti-bullying program and help increase
staffing that helps with bullying prevention. Donations of $150+
receive an UGLI branded t-shirt.
- Host an UGLI Chat between Angela
Garcia and your school, corporate event, or community
organization. For every speaking engagement that includes a
donation to the Foundation, Angela will speak to another school or
organization in a low-income area for free.
- Visit the UGLI Foundation resource page which provides free and
confidential support from trained mental health professionals.
"I don't want any child to feel like they don't have anyone in
their corner," says Angela Garcia,
Founder of The UGLI Foundation. "When I became a mother, it only
fueled my determination to empower students early in life to stand
up for each other and enlist the help of adults in schools and
To hear more stories from adults in professional sports,
journalism and LGTBQ advocacy who were personally impacted by
bullying in their youth, visit
About Angela Garcia
In her career as a broadcast journalist, Angela Garcia worked as an on-air reporter and
host for FOX Sports Southwest, NBC / The Golf Channel, and
SiriusXM. In addition to The UGLI Foundation, Angela is also the
co-founder of the Sergio and Angela Garcia Foundation, which
supports organizations that help children, foster families, and
growing the game of golf; a board member of the Save Muny
Foundation, and co-chair of the American Heart Association of
Austin Circle of Red Campaign.
About the UGLI Foundation
The UGLI Foundation is a not-for-profit organization whose mission
is to end bullying. Forever. By changing the very definition of the
word ugly, our goal is to make the world a kinder place where each
person is now Unique, Gifted, Loved, and Individual. The UGLI
Foundation offers an array of bullying awareness and prevention
programs including UGLI Student Ambassadors that empower students
to take a stand against bullying, UGLI Spaces, UGLI Chats and other
programs promoting anti-bullying. For more information, visit
Amy Jackson, The UGLI Foundation,
1 (415) 609-2435, email@example.com
SOURCE The UGLI Foundation