Help us to build a future of inclusion for LGBT+ young people

Purchase membership for a school (£50)

Purchase a book collection for a school (£200)

Purchase our PRIDE Youth Network Programme for a school (£200)

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Your donation will support our dedicated team to carry out our much needed services in schools, reaching those pupils and teachers most in need.

Sadly, evidence highlights that LGBT+ people are at a much higher risk of experiencing poor mental health, self harm and suicide; attributed to isolation and discrimination. This is why our work is vital in giving our young people the best possible start in their formative years at school.

£50 buys a school membership to us, where they can access resources, policy guidance, lesson plans, curriculum maps, discounts on our services and MUCH MORE! You can nominate a school should you wish when you buy membership (in additional information at checkout)

£200 secures an LGBT+ inclusive book collection for all teachers to use in class or have in the library that give the broadest possible representation of LGBT+ lives and experiences. See our latest book collection HERE 

You can help us to deliver all our services by donating today!

Thank you for saving and changing the lives of LGBT+ young people

See what the young people themselves say in the video below…..

You can also help us when you shop by selecting us as your nominated charity – it costs you nothing and we receive a small donation. Shop HERE

Thank you for voting for us in May 2020!! We won the vote and will be receiving a donation in September 2020. We will update you on the amount when we know and how it will be used. Thank you so much for your support!!

Transforming Lives

Thank you for saving and changing the lives of LGBT+ students, teachers and parents everywhere!

MIA

“To be able to speak to teachers about LGBT+ issues and to be able to support younger children with their sexuality is an amazing feeling for someone who had no one in school.”


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