Determined to ensure her little sister’s name will never be forgotten, Meg Everett has chosen to take a much bigger role in this year’s Do It For Dolly Day.
Meg, 20, said she didn’t want any other family to go through what she and her parents have suffered.
“It’s devastating to everyone,” she said.
Meg said she wanted to honour Dolly’s legacy and help other young people like her.
“My little sister has had a huge effect on this world, and I want to make sure no one forgets her name.
Dolly needs to be remembered for bringing kindness into this world.”
As part of her role, Meg said she wanted to be a spokesperson for young people and for Do It For Dolly Day,
“I’m ready to stand up publicly and say no more, no more bullying,” she said.
“Dolly wrote: ‘Speak up even if your voice shakes’.
“I truly believe this is important.”