Attitude Foundation: Jag Race Campaign

Four Drag Queens raced off in Jaguar I-Paces for charity in Attitude's first season and brand new show Jag Race.

As well as racing for the – each Queen raced for an LGBTQ+ charity of their choice, with the chance of winning a pot of £20,000.

Peppermint – Stonewall Community Foundation  
Courtney Act – Albert Kennedy Trust  
Vivienne – Sahir House, Many Hands, One Heart  
Tess Tickle – Angel Trust

The winner took home £10,000, the runner up £6,000 and the heat one and two losers each won £2,000 for their charities.  

Watch the series now to find out who got the most for their charity.*

WHAT IS JAG RACE?

Jag Race is Attitude's brand new video series which sees four Drag Queen's race for the title, honour and £10,000 for a charity of their choice. Runners up get a split of the remaining £10,000 donated by Jaguar. 

Who will be the series champion? Will Courtney Act beat The Vivienne in heat one? Can Tess Tickle slay Peppermint in heat two? Watch now on Attitude' YouTube to find see the epic final Jag Race. 

WHO BENEFITS FROM THIS FUND?

Our kind partners Jaguar, have donated a total of £20,000 to win from but we know how generous you are to the Attitude Magazine Foundation. And we are now hoping to raise more money for the four charities.

All money donated here to the Attitude Magazine Foundation charity will be split equally between each of the four charities listed.

They are all providing lifelines and much-needed services to support for the LGBTQ+ community on local and national levels.

WHAT DO THE CHARITIES DO?

Peppermint – Stonewall Community Foundation

Built upon the legacy of the Stonewall riots, this LGBTQ Movement says their actions are driven 'by making smart, values-driven investments in dynamic organizations, projects, and leaders. And as a public foundation, we do so in close partnership with donors and the very people working on the front lines of progress. We fund over 100 nonprofits a year, in more than 30 issue areas. We also house seven scholarship programs, including the largest in the country created to support LGBTQ refugees and asylum seekers.'


Courtney Act – Albert Kennedy Trust  

The AKT is the UK's national LGBTQ+ youth homelessness charity; focused on prevention and early action we provide: safe homes, mentoring, training, advocacy and support to young people who are homeless or living in a hostile environment after coming out to their parents, caregivers and peers. 


Vivienne – Sahir House, Many Hands, One Heart 

Sahir House is an HIV support, prevention, information and training centre in Merseyside, North-east England. As well as an outreach and testing service, they provide training in the local area. 


Tess Tickle – Angel Trust 

'We could all need a helping hand at some point in our lives. The Angel Trust aims to be there to provide support where it is needed.'

The charity, founded by Channel 4’s Gogglebox star Scarlett Moffatt, supports those in need in the local County Durham and Darlington communities. 


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*These videos were shot on location on a closed circuit with professional supervision – do not attempt.

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