GM=EqAl have just begun recruiting for new working group members. Do you represent marginalised or minoritised communities and want to assist the Greater Manchester Equality Alliance in connecting communities and policy makers and help to ensure the equality, diversity and inclusion are at the forefront of decision making at the highest levels in Greater Manchester?
Health Equity is when everyone can reach their full health and wellbeing potential without unfair differences. Manchester City Council know from their research that some communities who already experience discrimination and disadvantage are also more likely to experience worse health outcomes.
LGBT+ History Month is an annual celebration of the lives of LGBT+ people of the past. It is marked every February in the UK, with each year’s celebration having its own unique theme. The Proud Trust has produced a free downloadable pack for schools to celebrate LGBT+ History Month, including four engaging lesson plans developed by their expert Training and Education team.
LGBT Foundation and George House Trust are now accepting proposals for round three of the Greater Manchester LGBTQ+ Community Fund.
The Greater Manchester LGBTQ+ Community Fund inspires action and encourages inclusion across Greater Manchester, benefiting LGBTQ+ people and communities.
Proud 2 b Parents exist to improve the health and wellbeing of LGBT+ parents/carers and their children, whilst reducing health inequalities. Proud 2 b Parents do this by providing effective social and support services, whilst championing social change and advocating for the community's needs locally and nationally.
National Lottery Community Fund is supporting the five-year TRANSforming Futures project to provide solutions to the issues in healthcare and justice for transgender people across England.
The focus of the Fund is communities-led, grassroots organisations that are led by and for trans people. Broader LGBTQ+ organisations undertaking trans-specific activity that is being run by trans people will also be considered.
LGBT Foundation are looking for passionate individuals with links to Greater Manchester’s LGBTQ+ communities to join the Greater Manchester LGBTQ+ Equality Panel.
The Superbia Queer Arts Fund and the Manchester Pride Community Fund are open year round to award grants to initiatives that benefit LGBTQ+ people in Manchester.
Consortium and its Community Collaborators, working in partnership with The National Lottery Community Fund, are delighted to announce the launch of the LGBT+ Futures: Equity Fund.
£465,000 is available through small grants to grassroots groups and organisations who are run by and for one or more of these 5 communities of focus: