Ambassadors of For All Who Love Foundation


Fred van Leer becomes ambassador for the For All Who Love Foundation

Friday 29th of July the Westerpark in Amsterdam will revolve around the seventh edition of Mini Milkshake. At Mini Milkshake, people with a disability can come to enjoy everything what is also being presented on the regular Milkshake Festival: lots of entertainment, decoration and music.

There will be two stages with a diverse music genre, And a wide variety of fun activities on the Mini Milkshake. What’s even more special is the arrival of The DragSyndrome. This is an English companionship of drag performers with down syndrome.

Mini milkshake was founded by the For All Who Love Foundation seven years ago, Set up by Marieke Samallo (director of Milkshake). The purpose of this event is to bring more acceptation and a feeling of inclusiveness for the more vulnerable groups. Tickets for Mini Milkshake are strictly for people with a disability or caretakers/mentors and available for 7,50 per person.

Ambassador Fred van Leer

Fred van leer is not just only going to be attending to this event, but will also take on the role of being an ambassador for the event as well. Fred van leer: “The first time that I was attending Mini Milkshake I’ve been walking around with goosebumps the entire day, I stood there with tears in my eyes. And with a filled heart I went into the Milkshake Weekend. It’s so fantastic that the For All Who Love Foundation has put this together. And it’s so special that I get to be a part of this’’.

Milkshake Festival

Milkshake Festival is electrotonic dance festival that is coordinated around the train of thought that ‘’nothing is a must, everything is allowed’’. It shows that entertainment, music genres, fashion choices and status have nothing to with sexuality. The Ambiance during Milkshake is free from the spirit of boxes that society wants to put us in. Live is party thanks to the big diversity of skin colors, sexual preferences, and the big scale of different appearances. Milkshake celebrates the city and their initiatives, and commits itself for more politeness and love towards each other. Fat, Skinny, Big, Small, Gay, Trans, Drag, Black or White: Humans are the salt of the earth and we’re going to celebrate this!

We are committed to create more courtesy and love to each other.

The foundation pays special attention to minority groups in 4 pillars: LGBTQIA +, the elderly, people with disabilities, and we support projects against racism and discrimination.