YASSS queens. Delieveroo has just become DELOVEROO for Pride season.
Teaming up with RuPaul’s Drag Race star Charlie Hides and Absurd Bird restaurants Deliveroo has changed its name for Pride season to De-love-roo and they’ve launched a special menu just for us queens.
All the profits are going to LGBT+ homeless charity, Albert Kennedy Trust.
The menu will be available to order exclusively through Deliveroo in the run up to Pride in London (July 7th).
The Charlie Sliders:
The Valentina (I’d like to leaves it on please)
Veggie burger with double lettuce and extra spinach leaves (and a double wrapper)
The Chicken Latrice Royale
Large and in charge with a double dose of southern fried chicken
The Vanessa Vanjie Wit’mayo
Classic fried chicken burger with mayo and extra hot BAM sauce
The Charlie Sliders all cost ten, ten, tens across the board (£10) with all profits going to support the incredible work of the Albert Kennedy Trust.
The menu created with season nine sensation Charlie Hides is available to order exclusively through Deliveroo in the run up to Pride in London (July 7th).
Joe Groves at Deloveroo said, “Celebrating love in all its forms is at the core of the Deliveroo brand and we are proud to play our part in PRIDE once again. The Drag community is pivotal to the story-telling of the LGBTQ+ community, so honouring some of these icons seemed like the perfect way to help us spread the word and raise money for a great charity. Creating this menu to raise funds for The Albert Kennedy Trust and re-branding as Deloveroo are part of our continued efforts to create visibility around LGBTQ+ causes”
Season 9 Queen Charlie Hides said, “the Deliver-Ru restaurant is the only place you should be ordering lunch and dinner from this pride because the food is almost as delicious as me and the profits go to a brilliant cause…So sashay your way onto Deliveroo right now and let’s raise some money folks!”
Tim Sigsworth, CEO of Albert Kennedy Trust said, “What a delicious way to raise funds and prevent LGBTQ+ youth homeless. It takes just £25 to keep a young person safe for one night after facing homelessness or abuse just for being who they are. No young person should have to choose between a safe home and being who they are.”
24% of young people facing homelessness in the UK identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or Transgender, with 77% citing abuse and rejection by their families after coming out as the primary reason. The Albert Kennedy Trust provides safe homes, mentoring and support to ensure that no young person has to choose between a safe home and being who they are.