We're proud to support PRIDE

You deserve to feel safe, valued and respected, regardless of who you choose to love.

We believe you should be able to live your life as your true self, and feel the freedom and acceptance to express who you really are without fear or prejudice.

We’re proud to fly the flag for inclusivity and diversity, and will continue to offer our support to try and make the world a more fair and equal place.

For PRIDE month, we wanted to share some fantastic resources and services with you, in case you ever need them.

LGBT Foundation are a nationwide service who support LGBTQ+ people to increase their skills, knowledge and self-confidence to improve and maintain their health and wellbeing.

They offer lots of support to the LGBTQ+ community, including a befriending service, legal advice, support on domestic abuse, sexual heath and more.

To see how they can help you, visit their website here or you can phone them on 0345 3 30 30 30.

Stonewall are a charity that help to support and empower LGBTQ+ communities nationwide. In partnership with organisations, they work to create real change for the better, helping people and communities to flourish and grow.

They provide a huge selection of information and resources at the click of a mouse, like advice on discrimination, hate crime and more. If you’re looking for a helping hand locally, you can also search for support groups in your area.

You can contact them through their website here.

The Proud Trust is a national organisation that helps to support LGBTQ+ youth. They’re proud to help empower the younger generation to make a positive change for themselves, and their communities.

They boast a huge bank of information, from resources to help children at school, to tips on staying safe online and more. If you’re looking for a local support network, you can find all the organisations they work alongside on their website.

Contact them on their website here, call them on 0161 660 3347 or email them on info@theproudtrust.org.

Being targeted because of your sexual orientation is a hate crime. If you’re being harassed, experiencing violence or feel unsafe please contact the police. In case of an emergency, always call 999.

We’re always here to support you. If you are worried and need advice, please contact us so we can work together to tackle the problem.