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Join us for a short online information session to find out more about a new free programme of skills development and training for LGBT+ Groups and Organisations!  

Funded by the Government Equalities Office, this Programme will offer a range of training sessions, online learning opportunities, practical resources and tailored 1:1...

  • Consortium has today announced the investment of £200,000 to 24 LGBT+ organisations across England
  • Funding from the LGBT+ Futures Fund will support diverse communities across England to become more visible...

Exeter Pride in partnership with Inclusive Mosque Exeter is holding a Panel Discussion on Friday 26 April 2019 at Exeter Guildhall.

The topic is Religion, Culture and Sexuality and is a timely opportunity to discuss the issues arising when people struggle to reconcile their faith or culture with their sexuality.

The doors will open ...


Out For Sport currently provides a number of services to its members.

These include:

  1. A website which includes listings of member...

Rainbows Across Borders was formed in January 2013. It's a voluntary self-help group for lesbian, gay, bisexual & transgender (LGBT) asylum...

The Merton LGBT Forum is a volunteer run organisation that exists to support and advocate on behalf of LGBT+ people in the London Borough of...

Kaleidoscope Trust is dedicated to promoting and advancing equality and human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) people...

BiPhoria is the UK's longest-running project working specifically with and for bisexual people....

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Join us and enjoy our Full Membership benefits:

  • Be part of a national network of LGBT groups, organisations and projects
  • Access to website and all web resources
  • Webinars and webcasts
  • E-newsletter sent each month
  • Priority community calendar listings
  • And much more!

We have several membership packages available - so you can choose the package that best suits your organisations needs.


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Friday, April 26, 2019 - 16:30 to 18:30
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If you’ve received a grant, or other support, you’ll need to report back to the funder on how you spend their money and the difference they helped you to make. Some funders ask for a report as a condition of giving you the grant.
Your fundraising is likely to be more successful (and less stressful!) if you spend time creating a strategy and action plan.  Download our guide to planning your fundraising and your action plan template below.  
Like everything else, fundraising is more effective is there is a solid foundation to start from. Download our checklist below to see how 'funding ready' your group or organisation is. 
There are many funding sources that local groups can draw upon, including grants from local authorities and other statutory sources, supermarket schemes and local businesses. Download our resource below for our top tips and ideas.  
Grants are a key source of funding LGBT+ groups. The guidelines for successful applications are similar for all types of grant, but in this resource sheet we focus mainly on grants from charitable trusts and foundations.

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