Don’t miss Angelilly’s Trans Day of Visibility charity stream, raising funds for Gender Minorities Aotearoa! Share and tell your friends, and remember to tune in on the day, and donate if you can! Angelilly, Stonehenge, and Adam Heine, as well as everyone who joins in, and folks who donate – thank you! We appreciate your support!
March 31st 1pm NZT | March 30th 6pm EST Trans Day of Visibility is a day to celebrate trans folk, and highlight the unique challenges we face in our lives. Join us as we chat with various trans folk and discuss our lived experiences, while we play Remnant: From the Ashes with friends, featuring Adam Heine. who has graciously donated his time as an ally. twitch.tv/angelilly Angelilly (She/They) @angelillyGaymer Stonehenge (They/Them) @bigflamingjess ~Special Guest ~ Adam Heine (He/Him) @adamheine
The much awaited Out in the City is coming up as part of the Pride Festival and we can’t wait! We’re looking for volunteers to help out at the Binders fundraising stall – we’ll be selling our gorgeous transgender diversity mugs, giving out info leaflets, writing down the items sold during the day, and accepting donations; and all while having a great time! GMA staff will be there at all times, and we can show you how to do sales on the day so don’t be shy if you haven’t done this before! We will have stall shifts of 2 hours, so if you’d like to donate a couple of hours to a great cause we would love to have you.
All money raised will go towards our national free binder programme; providing free binders for trans folks who need one and can’t afford to purchase one. These are absolutely life-saving medical devices that aren’t funded by any DHBs, so you will be directly supporting trans people in need.
Simply click the rainbow button below to fill in the contact form, and Sophie will get in touch with you before the day to confirm the shift roster and let you know what time to rock up. Day: Saturday March 27th. Place: Michael Fowler Centre, 111 Wakefield Street, Te Aro, Wellington.
We would like to send a big thank you to Mindy, the 12 year old transgender girl who walked 48km from Carterton to Kaitoke on April 6th 2019 to raise funds for Gender Minorities Aotearoa and OuterSpaces, so we can support other young trans people.
Mindy and her supporters raised $1,416 for GMA, which is amazingly awesome. We have already been able to support several young people thanks to Mindy, and everyone who donated to us using #MindysWalk.
Nga mihinui Mindy and whanau, thank you for making us part of your journey.