Share Your Snaps to Raise Money for Pride
Covent Garden is proud to be supporting the Albert Kennedy Trust (akt) during this year's Pride and we need your help! From now until the end of July, we have turned our iconic Infinity Chamber to a rainbow. Better yet, snap and share your picture from the rainbow Infinity Chamber with the #PrideinCoventGarden as Covent Garden will donate £1 to akt. We want to raise £1,000 but we need your help, so visit the chamber, snap your picture and get donating to this incredibly worthy cause.
About Albert Kennedy Trust
akt is the national lgbtq+ youth homelessness charity, providing safe homes and better futures for lgbtq+ young people. Almost one quarter of all young people facing or experiencing homelessness identify as LGBTQ+, and 77 per cent of those cite rejection or abuse from their families as what has led them to being so. The charity was set up in Manchester in 1989 by straight ally and former foster carer Cath Hall, and a group of founding members, and has since opened its doors in London, Newcastle and London. In 30 years, akt has provided over 250,000 nights off the street and supported over 50,000 lgbtq+ young people at risk of or experiencing homelessness.