Watch Lucy Hale's Boost The Volume PSA For Meningitis!

Watch Lucy Hale's Boost The Volume PSA For Meningitis!

Lucy Hale readjusts her shopping bag on her shoulder while out with boyfriend Anthony Kalabretta at The Grove in Los Angeles on Wednesday afternoon (August 19).

The 26-year-old actress picked up some things from Barneys New York after winning big time at the 2015 Teen Choice Awards over the weekend.

Earlier this month, Lucy‘s Boost The Volume PSA in support of meningococcal meningitis hit the web.

“The Boost the Volume campaign is encouraging teens and parents to get the second vaccination for meningococcal meningitis. We challenged high school acapella groups to submit a medley of songs about living your best life and obviously encouraging people to get that vaccination,” Lucy shared.

She added, “The musical aspect [of the campaign] and the fact that my mom is a nurse really drew me in. But also my whole fanbase and the majority of people who support me are teenagers and I care about their well-being. That’s the age range where teens should be getting their second vaccination, which is around 16 years old.”


Lucy Hale and Jamie Schanbaum Highlight the Importance of Meningococcal Meningitis Vaccination

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