Ampol’s ‘Glampol’ campaign launches to support LGBTQIA+

Ampol has launched its ‘Glampol’ campaign to help raise awareness of LGBTQIA+ inclusion and drive donations for it’s Foundation Charity Minus18.

The campaign will take place throughout February with Ampol Coogee and North Bondi getting a rainbow makeover and playing host to key Glampol activities, including a ‘Drag Baes Window Wash’ in which Ampol employees will be joined by drag queens to wash customers’ windows.

Matt Halliday, Managing Director and CEO of Ampol, said Ampol is dedicated to inclusion across their workforce, operations, and broader community as part of its established diversity strategy.

“I would like thank members of our Rainbow Alliance employee networking group for their ongoing support of our work in this space, including supporting our brand and retail teams to bring this campaign to life.

“We encourage all of our loyal customers to get involved and experience the fun at our Glampol activations and to help us raise funds for Minus18, an organisation that provides vital support to improving the mental health and wellbeing of LGBTQIA+ youth across Australia.”

A drive for in-store donations for Minus18 will be in place across 10 Sydney CBD Ampol Foodary or Ampol Woolworths MetroGo locations: Coogee, North Bondi, Alexandria, Lane Cove West, Manly, Neutral Bay, Randwick, Rosebery, South Coogee and Woollahra.

Ampol will also be sponsoring the Australian Queer Aquatics (AQuA) Festival happening across Sydney throughout February and March.

The festival, which commences on 11 February, will take place across three different pools in Sydney’s inner west and city as well as Manly Cove, and comprises of five sporting competitions, including swimming, water polo, ocean swimming, beach water polo and a finals festival.

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