Reality TV Wedding Dresses Raising Funds For Mental Health In Townsville

You could own them!


Carley Whittington

21 March 2019

Carley Whittington

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The 'I do, Kindness' campaign has launched and there's some familiar faces involved.  

TV personalities Jess, Melissa and Aalden had their weddings publicly aired on the 2018 season of Bride & Prejudice and now you have the chance to be involved in their nuptials. 

Jess has donated her wedding dress worth $4000 and Melissa and Aalden have donated Melissa's wedding dress and their children's outfits worth over $3000.

You have the chance to become the owner of these nationally seen outfits and support mental health at the same time. 

Be Kind Townsville have paired with the reality TV contestants and have tickets from as low as $5 to go in the running to win the dress/outfit that you want.

Mental health is something that the contestants hold close to their hearts. 

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“Before entering on the show we had experienced the grief of a Mount Isa friend’s death from suicide. This impacted greatly on our mental health,” says Melissa. 

“The money we raise from this raffle will be donated to Be Kind Townsville who raises funds and awareness for mental health across North Queensland." 

For Jessica, she had to pull herself away from social media due to cyber bullying becoming too much. 

"I experienced some very untrue allegations from my mother-in-law and was also being bullied on social media when the show went to air. I went through massive, anxiety and didn’t cope to well even taking myself off Facebook,” says Jessica.  

Amy from Be Kind Townsville is excited for the opportunity that the 'I do, Kindness' campaign will bring to our community. 

"Be Kind is extremely happy to have been chosen for this campaign and hopes that it not only brings a smile to those who win the wedding dresses but allows for future events through the funds raised so that we are able to continue raising awareness around mental health and creating a kinder community," says Amy.

You can jump online and purchase tickets at the website on the following link.
https://bekindtownsville.com/collections/bride-prejudice

The winners will be drawn on Friday April 5th. 

 

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