Get involved in Rainbow Youth’s WTF social media competition

Published: Tue 27 Aug 2013 12:21 PM
Get involved in Rainbow Youth’s new WTF social media competition!
Rainbow Youth’s fundraising campaign, WTF NZ, is launching a new social media campaign this week, encouraging Rainbow Youth’s supporters to take pictures of themselves and their friends sporting WTF messages in the most creative and witty places they can imagine.
WTF spokesperson, Murray Riches, said “This is a simple campaign idea. The plan is to encourage our WTF followers and champions to take photos of themselves with WTF signs, in the most interesting, clever, or outrageous places they can think of.”
“The participants are then encouraged to post their photo to Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter (or all three!) with the #tag #WTFNZ. The most creative, witty, or unusual photos will be celebrated on the WTF Facebook page, target="_blank">, and the winners will receive a WTF related prize.”
Murray said this is a fun way to celebrate our members and raise the visibility of the WTF fundraising campaign on different social media channels.
“Everyone is welcome to join the competition. All you need to do is visit our website (, or Facebook page to download the WTF signs, print them off, and your away!”
If you aren’t able to print the signs off, swing by the Rainbow Youth drop-in centre on K Rd to borrow few different posters before heading out for a photo shoot in the city.
WTFNZ - or What The F•CK?! - is a fundraising campaign in support of Rainbow Youth, a youth-based organisation supporting queer and trans* youth and their whānau across Aotearoa. Find out more at
The WTF campaign is for everybody who cares about equality and it’s especially for all you straight people out there! Whether you’re already an active supporter, want to show your support for the first time, or hadn’t given equality a lot of thought before now, queer and trans* people all over New Zealand need you to stand up and help them make change.
Visit to find out more and download a WTF slogan for your use.

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