For the last 18 years Denim Day acts as an education campaign around rape prevention and has taken place “as a symbol of protest against the erroneous and destructive attitudes about sexual violence”. This year over 10 million participants have registered worldwide and committed to raising awareness through various means, including wearing jeans! Read more about the shocking origins of the campaign here.
To support Denim Day, Rape Crisis Grampian are going to have a “bucket shake” on Wednesday outside Marks and Spencers from 10am to 1pm where we will be giving away hand-made denim bows that have been put together by our staff and volunteers. Pop down to M&S to show your support!
We’re also launching a social media competition with a chance of winning a £30 voucher for a meal at Wagamamas! This Wednesday, wear denim, take a photo, and post to our facebook and/or twitter and you’ll be entered into a draw and in for a chance of winning! Good luck!!