Proud Futures is a programme tailored to the needs of LGBT+ young people aged 18-25 who are not currently in employment, education or training. The programme is designed to support young LGBT+ people into meaningful work, education or volunteer opportunities. It has been designed for those who are unsure about their next steps in life and who might feel nervous about taking part.
GMCVO are delivering a grants programme to support people from communities of identity or experience, based in Greater Manchester (including Glossop), that may struggle to achieve higher levels of mental wellbeing.
The communities GMCVO want to reach in year 3 are:
Proud 2 b Parents is looking for future funding to continue the much-needed services they provide to LGBT+ parents/ carers and their children. Proud 2 b Parents have launched a campaign to provide 22 ways you can help their organisation to continue and succeed in 2022 and beyond.
Proud 2 b Parents is an inclusive organisation for all routes to parenthood. Proud 2 b Parents are run by and deliver services for LGBT+ parents/carers to be, LGBT+ parents/ carers and their children living in Greater Manchester.
£465,000 is available through small grants to LGBT+ groups and organisations who are community-led and whose primary focus is one of these 5 priority targeted areas: Trans and Non-Binary people; Those facing racial injustice; D/deaf and/or Disabled people; Older people; and Lesbian, Bisexual and Trans+ Women.
LGBT Foundation and George House Trust are now accepting proposals for round two of the Greater Manchester LGBTQ+ Community Fund.
The Greater Manchester LGBTQ+ Community Fund is a new initiative that inspires action and encourages inclusion across Greater Manchester, benefiting LGBTQ+ people and communities.
LGBT Foundation is currently looking for passionate individuals with links to local LGBTQ+ communities to join the Panel on a voluntary basis.
LGBT Foundation and George House Trust have announced the Greater Manchester LGBTQ+ Community Fund, a new initiative that will inspire action and encourage inclusion across Greater Manchester, benefiting LGBTQ+ people and communities.
On the 25 August Manchester Pride are partnering with Manchester FA for the return of the Manchester Pride Cup, an annual LGBTQ+ 5-a-side football tournament. The Pride Cup is a 5-a-side football tournament for all players, regardless of ability or experience.
The tournament is a fun event for players of all abilities, from total beginners to pros.
The Positive Identities team at Barnardo’s are excited to announce the launch of their survey, ‘Life as an LGBT+ young person in 2021’, which coincides with Pride Month.
It’s open to any young person aged 13-19 in England, who identifies as LGBT+ and/or who is questioning their identity.