Dress up. Share the love. Support vulnerable people
Glam Up & Give is about coming together, spreading a little sparkle, and supporting people in need.
Dementia UK is delighted to be one of ten of the UK’s best-loved charities working together to encourage the generous British public to Glam Up & Give to urgent causes during the Coronavirus crisis. With thanks to Flying Cars for creating this unique way to support some of the most vulnerable in society.
I’m in! What do I have to do?
Whether it’s a one-off shimmering selfie or a full-blown glamorous party night in, just follow these three easy steps.
That special occasion outfit, those stunning stilettoes or shiny shoes… even your wedding dress or suit! Put on your party gear to Glam Up & Give.
Share the love
Make a heart with your hands, take a selfie, and choose the friends and family you’re going to ask to glam up too.
Support vulnerable people
Donate by texting GLAM5 for £5, GLAM10 for £10 to 70607 or go to www.crowdfunder.co.uk/glamupandgive. Then copy and paste the whole text below into your social media post. Remember to copy and paste the WHOLE MESSAGE highlighted below into your post.
I nominate @friend1, @friend2, @friend3, @friend4 to glam up and share the love in the lockdown too. #glamupandgive
You will be charged the donation amount plus one message at your standard network rate. Glam Up & Give will receive 100% through all payment methods. If you wish to discuss a mobile payment call 020 3282 7863. Full T&Cs at www.glamupandgive.com
The 10 UK charities involved are each to receive 10% of the total funds from Glam Up & Give in the UK. So 100% of donations go to the charity consortium of beneficiaries. You will be charged the donation amount plus one message at your standard network rate. Glam Up & Give will receive 100% through all payment methods. If you wish to discuss a mobile payment call 020 3282 7863. Benefitting charities are Action for Children, Breast Cancer Now, British Lung Foundation, Crisis, Dementia UK, Diabetes UK, Refuge, Scope, The Children’s Society and YoungMinds.