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Let us support you!

BINGO FOR MY CAUSE

Drag Queen Bingo have been apart of so many wonderful initiatives to help support those in our community who need it most.

What began as an event for campaign awareness for the "YES" Marriage Equality initiative, turned quickly into a non for profit monthly event to raise funds and awareness for various charities and organisations across the country. 

Drag Queen Bingo operate with community at the forefront and use our platform to educate those around us on the hardships we may not be aware of, organisations we may not have heard of and encourage support in any means possible.

We are proud to have been part of important movements and initiatives. From disaster relief to awareness around homelessness and addiction, Drag Queen Bingo is passionate about supporting those who need it the most.

We have proudly supported

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Drag Queen Bingo are active in promoting and providing resources for community groups and fundraising efforts and assist many organisations, associations, charities and individuals every year to achieve specific outcomes.

Requests for assistance are welcomed and each one is assessed individually. While Drag Queen Bingo would love to help all the wonderful causes, we are limited and thus each organisation will need to be carefully considered. 

Drag Queen Bingo is committed to supporting Australian initiatives and to building long-term relationships with community-minded partners.

The Charity or Organisation must comply with the following:

  1. The charity must be located in Australia

  2. The charity must be registered with ACNC 

  3. The charity must have an active website

  4. The charity's website must include a description of the planned response and type of relief it is or will be providing (direct services, funding other organisations, etc)