The TOWIE stars leant their support to The Ben Cohen StandUp Foundation Dinner in London, joining the likes of Denise Van Outen, who narrates TOWIE, and Tallia Storm.
Rugby star Ben – who has appeared in Strictly Come Dancing - set up the foundation to tackle bullying in schools. He was inspired to launch the organisation after losing his own father when he stood up for an employee who was being attacked.
He said: "It is time we stand up for what is right and support people who are being harmed. Every person on this planet has a right to be true to themselves, to love and be loved, and to be happy."
Since the Foundation was launched in 2011, it was awarded more than 60 grants to organisations in the UK and US that aim to stop bullying and promote diversity and inclusion in sport.
Essex stars Dani and Lockie supported the campaign ahead of flying out to Marbs to begin work on the new series of TOWIE, which airs on ITVBe next month.
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