Dublin Pride is one of the biggest annual fundraising events for many LGBTI+ organisations in Ireland. Your support is needed to ensure these organisations can carry on their vital services for our community both locally and internationally. Any size donation you make is appreciated and will help support LGBTI+ people and tackle homophobia, biphobia, and transphobia. Below are details of some of the organisations we are proud to support and how your donation can make a real difference.
Since our beginning in 2012, we have delivered 1,500 workshops to over 45,000 students.
We rely on donations to run ShoutOut, so any contribution is greatly appreciated.Due to COVID-19 we are unable to do the money-making activities we usually do. This is a huge worry for us and we appreciate any help you can give.
All the money donated to ShoutOut goes directly to costs such as volunteers’ bus fare to schools, materials, and travel to ShoutOut hubs across Ireland to train new volunteers.
Any donation will help us. https://www.shoutout.ie/donate
Transgender Equality Network IrelandTENI is a non-profit organisation supporting the trans community in Ireland.
We’ve seen great strides for equality in Ireland However, we know that trans people still face huge challenges in school, at work, in accessing healthcare, and in living our daily lives. We want trans people to thrive. At TENI, we believe that education is key to changing the hearts and minds of Irish society. We know times are tough and we know you don’t have a lot of money to spare, but even a small donation will help us make a real difference.
GCN (Gay Community News) is Ireland’s national and longest-running monthly free gay magazine.
During this global COVID-19 pandemic, we like many other organisations have been impacted greatly in the way we can do business and produce. We need your help to continue providing Ireland’s national LGBT+ press digitally.
LINC is a community resource centre for lesbians and bisexual women and their families.
LINC is endeavouring to continue to provide as many as it’s services as possible during this difficult time, as well as offering new ones and adapting all the time. They have not been able to do any of their usual fundraising / donation collecting activities since March and would appreciate any help you can give.
LGBT Lesbian Bisexual Gay Transgender Centre
Outhouse is an LGBT community resource centre for LGBT+ people, their families, and friends. Our mission is to provide a safe space that facilitates & encourages the growth of services & supports to the LGBT communities.
BeLonG To’s services in Dublin and around the country in anti-bullying, in specialist one-to-one support, in suicide prevention are fundamental support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans young people, but since the Referendum, we have become stretched way beyond capacity.
We have to keep saying YES until those unequal numbers of attempted suicides, bullying, self-harming, and depression are extinguished.
YES… I want to support young LGBT people
LGBT Ireland Supporting, Educating, and Connecting to enhance LGBT lives. We’re here to support Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people.LGBT Ireland is a national organisation underpinned by localised knowledge and responses. Together with our network members, we provide support, training, and advocacy which aims to improve the lives of LGBT+ people across Ireland.
Dublin Lesbian Line
Dublin Lesbian Line is a confidential support helpline, operated by a group of enthusiastic female-identified (LGBTQAI+) volunteers