LGBT Foundation is currently looking for passionate individuals with links to local LGBTQ+ communities to join the Panel on a voluntary basis.
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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.
The Proud Trust, a specialist LGBT+ charity for young people based in Manchester, has been honoured with The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, the highest award a voluntary group can receive in the UK.
The charity has been fittingly announced as an award recipient during National Volunteers Week, which takes place during the first week of June in 2021.
The Proud Trust is a lifesaving and life-enhancing organisation that helps young LGBT+ people empower themselves to make a positive change for themselves and their communities.
The Proud Trust are looking for new trustees to help steer them through the next exciting stage of their development, as they increase their support of LGBT+ young people regionally and nationally.
At the end of February the scaffolding came down on the LGBT+ Centre to reveal the newly installed cladding – it's gold! With the cladding fitted, the Centre is a literal shining beacon for the LGBT+ community. The building is still on track to be finished by the summer and The Proud Trust are so excited for the moment they get to finally move in.
Gaddum and LGBT Foundation are looking for adult LGBTQ+ carers from a diverse range of communities and backgrounds to join a brand-new LGBT carers advisory group. Gaddum and LGBT Foundation are particularly keen to hear from you if you are a person of colour, trans, or non-binary.
Papers outlining how Manchester City Council intends to address a budget shortfall of up to £105m for 2021/22 have been published.
LGBTQ+ Online Festival of Happiness 28 October – 3 November focusing on creativity, resilience and human connection. This is a free online festival for the LGBT communities of Greater Manchester and beyond. It begins with a week of activity and ends with follow-on weekly sessions into 2021.