David Tennant Takes Part In Tender’s 10 Word Love Story Challenge


We nominate YOU to write a 10 word love story for Tender.
Tender is an arts and education charity committed to preventing domestic abuse and sexual violence amongst young people, by promoting healthy relationships.
Founded in 2003, Tender has developed a range of award winning arts education projects which empower young people, and the adults who work with them, to actively prevent domestic abuse and sexual violence and promote gender equality in their schools, youth centres and communities.
During lockdown, many young people are isolated from their support networks, or navigating relationships entirely online. Children are at risk of abuse every day and Tender are working to stop this before it starts.
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The 10 Word Love Stories challenge asks you to stay connected and help us fundraise to support young people. To part, simply:
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✏️WRITE a love story in only 10 words
🤳SHARE it on social media using #10ForTender or #10WordLoveStories
📸You can share it as a photo, video or insta story - get creative! 💰DONATE whatever you can to Tender via JustGiving page https://justgiving.com/campaign/10WordLoveStories
🤝NOMINATE more - many even 10! - people to join in!

Olivia Colman is a patron of Tender and nominated David Tennant to take part in the 10 Word Love Stories Challenge. Watch it below:



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