Moments Condoms donates 68,000 condoms to Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Festival

By Our Reporter

Moments Condoms toasts the success of its recent partnership with the 2019 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Festival (SGLMG).

Among the most beloved and recognised LGBTQI celebrations around the world, the Moments Condoms brand made a big splash throughout the event as a Supporting Partner and the Official Condom Provider of this year’s SGLMG.

The team donated 68,000 condoms in total at various events across the festival including Fair Day where its Glitter Globe was the star of the ball! The Moments Team was also unmissable with its vibrant presence at the Pool Party, and throughout the Mardi Gras parade. In association with ACON NSW, 14,000 packs were distributed across these brilliant events, as well as the Mardi Gras After Party, the Bear Bar, the Imperial Hotel, Palms and Universal.

At the core of Moments Condoms’ support for this iconic celebration of Australia’s LQBTQI community is the desire of the Moment Condoms’ team to empower all Australians to protect their sexual health and to make informed decisions surrounding it.

“Moments Condoms also identifies with the warm message of embrace and inclusion for all people in Australia and around the world that the SGLMG has so wonderfully shown each year,” says founder Nikhil Daftary.

The opportunity for the brand to really impact attendees and leave a lasting impression is something the Moments Condoms team worked hard to prepare for, and it showed on execution! As well as handouts Moments Condoms were also placed in every bathroom and exit at the Mardi Gras After-Party.

“Moments Condoms’ partnership with the SGLMG is one of many we happily hold. As well as the SGLMG, Moments Condoms’ is a supporter of the McGrath Foundation, International Aids Society, the Desmond Tutu HIV Foundation, Women’s Health and Wellbeing Barwon South West, and Build Your Sexual Intelligence,” says Daftary.

“We celebrate and toast the hard work of all Festival organisers and sponsors, alongside the participants, attendees, and all those in the wider community who made this year’s SGLMG a success.”


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