Come on Drag up for George
#DragUpForGeorge is George House Trust’s latest campaign. The Manchester based HIV support charity launched the campaign last week on their social media profiles, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, with the aim of raising money and awareness for people living with HIV in the North West.
Cheddar Gorgeous and Dick Slick went to the charity’s HQ in Ardwick Green North, to help staff and volunteers ‘drag up’. Since George House Trust shared their photos online, people have been posting their #DragUpForGeorge photos and donating. If you’d like to get involved and show your support for the charity, follow their 3 steps:
To take part, follow these 3 easy steps:
STEP 1 - DRAG UP
This can be anything from a lick of lipstick to a full outfit. Drag Queen or King, it’s up to you.
STEP 2 - SHARE IT
Take a photo and post it on your social media pages, remembering to include the hashtag #DragUpForGeorge
STEP 3 - DONATE
Text DRAG32 and the amount you'd like to donate to 70070 (e.g. DRAG32 £5)
For more information about the campaign, click the link below.
To get in touch with George House Trust, call 0161 274 4499 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.Read More at www.ght.org.uk
story published on Mon, 15 May 2017
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