A JustGiving Page For The Human Rights Campaign Has Been Set Up In Brendon Urie’s Name
For Brendon Urie’s 31st birthday yesterday (which we also celebrated – read our gushy love letter to the Panic! At The Disco man here), a fan has set up a JustGiving page in honour of the singer for the Human Rights Campaign.
“He is such an amazing role model to so many people, and he is all for human rights, which is why I decided to choose the Human Rights Campaign as the charity,” explains Urielectric of the decision to raise money in Brendon’s name for them. Love it. The page has already had over $2,000 in donations, so please keep them coming if you can.
Check out Brendon’s reaction to the JustGiving page – plus some rather lovely words about K! writer Jen’s appreciation post, too – below.
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