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make it rainbow | wagamama pride

make it rainbow

this year we’re bringing the rainbow into our restaurants. find a rainbow bench in London, brighton, birmingham, manchester + edinburgh. we’ll be donating all profits from the sale of steamed buns on these benches all year to local pride charities #makeitrainbow

make it rainbow

this year we’re bringing the rainbow into our restaurants. find a rainbow bench in London, brighton, birmingham, manchester + edinburgh. we’ll be donating all profits from the sale of steamed buns on these benches all year to local pride charities #makeitrainbow

why pride, why now?

at wagamama we pride ourselves on diversity, equality + freedom to be you and that’s why we support pride. #makeitrainbow is an initiative we set up in 2017 to show our support to the local London, brighton and manchester LGBT communities, donating profits from steamed bun sales whenever a rainbow was spotted that day. we proudly raised £7,500 for london friend, the sussex beacon and george house trust. this year we are excited to announce we’ll be supporting more cities and more charities with our #makeitrainbow initiative

get your buns on our bench

there will be rainbow benches across the uk. noodle lab in soho London, birmingham new street, brighton, edinburgh st andrew square + manchester st peters square. every time you sit on a rainbow bench, profits from any steamed buns purchased will be donated. we sell approximately 1,000,000 hirata steamed buns per year across the uk, and aim to raise £12,500 for our chosen charities

proud placemats

but our #makeitrainbow initiative doesn’t stop there.  we’re making sure to spread our positive pride message even further with our pride slogan placemats. we asked our teams to share their slogans of what pride means to them. these inspiring messages are now printed on placemats which will be inside over 50 wagamama restaurants during the month of pride

about sifa fireside

sifa fireside works with partner agencies to address the needs of homeless and vulnerably housed people in birmingham.  their access point for all services is the amazing drop-in centre where they provide a warm welcome and can direct people to appropriate services including sessions with health professionals, mental health services, drug and alcohol services and sexual health services

about lgbt youth

lgbt youth’s vision is to make sure that scotland is the best place to grow up for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex young people. their mission is to play a leading role in the provision of quality youth work to lgbti young people that promotes their health and wellbeing, and to be a valued and influential partner in lgbti equality and human rights

london friend lgbt+ charity

about london friend

established in 1972 london friend is the uk’s oldest lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans charity. they work to support the health and mental well-being of the LGB&T community in and around london. to make sure they benefit from #makeitrainbow, whatever the british weather, we are committed to donating a minimum of £2500 to support the charity’s efforts to offer counselling and social support groups to the LGBT+ community in london

dean street pride | wagamama rainbow

about rainbow fund

the rainbow fund is an incredible brighton and hove based grant-giving fund for local lgbt and hiv/aids organisations. it was set up by gscene editor, james ledward and lib dem councillor paul elgood following the fundraising for the city’s ground-breaking aids memorial, to provide a living legacy for the project

wagamama pride
wagamamama manchester pride signage

about george trust

since 1985, george house trust has been providing support, advice and advocacy services to improve the lives and health outcomes of people living with hiv. the money raised by wagamama will go towards the george house trust welfare fund and counselling service to support people who are living with HIV

george house trust charity logo