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Dublin Pride is one of the biggest annual fundraising events for many LGBTQIA+ organisations in Ireland. Now more than ever, 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 LGBTQIA+ people and campaign for the rights and recognition of our diverse communities. Below are details of some of the organisations we are proud to support and how your donation can make a real difference.

BeLonG To

BeLonG To Youth Services is the national organisation supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI+) young people in Ireland, specialising in anti-bullying, one-to-one support and suicide prevention.

Donate & Support BeLonG To

Bi+ Ireland

Bi+ Ireland aims to create a space where bi+ people can make friends, access peer support and reduce any isolation they may experience. Bi+ Ireland aims to increase the visibility and presence of bi+ people in Ireland and to create diverse, vibrant and welcoming communities.

Donate & Support Bi+ Ireland

Black Pride Ireland

Black Pride Ireland is an LGBTQIA* organisation by Black queer people, for Black queer people in Ireland. As an anti-capitalist, pro-choice, pro-sex worker organisation, Black Pride Ireland aims to empower Black queer people and to work, amongst other things, towards the abolition of the Direct Provision system.

Donate & Support Black Pride Ireland

Dublin Lesbian Line

Dublin Lesbian Line (DLL) is a confidential support helpline, operated by female-identified (LGBTQAI+) volunteers. DLL are dedicated to providing telephone and online support to the LGBTQAI+ community in Dublin and Ireland. In 2020 DLL launched Women STAR, a monthly podcast that showcases the stories of LGBTQAI+ women* in Ireland.

Donate & Support Dublin Lesbian Line

GCN

GCN (Gay Community News) is Ireland’s national and longest-running monthly free LGBTQIA+ magazine.

Donate & Support GCN

Greenbow Deaf LGBT Ireland

Greenbow is a non-profit organisation run for the benefit of all Deaf/Hard of Hearing LGBT+ adults all over Ireland.

Donate & Support Greenbow

LGBT IRELAND

LGBT Ireland provides support, training and advocacy which aims to improve the lives of LGBT+ people across Ireland. Donations to LGBT Ireland help to continue and advance the visibility, rights and inclusion of LGBT+ people and their families.

Donate & Support LGBT Ireland

LINC

Based in Cork, LINC (Lesbians in Cork) aims to improve the quality of life, health and well-being of all women who identify as lesbian or bisexual in Ireland.

Donate & Support LINC

National LGBT Federation (NXF)

Established in 1979, the NXF is the oldest LGBT+ NGO in Ireland. The NXF publishes GCN (Gay Community News) and campaigns for the equal rights of, and to combat discrimination against, LGBT+ people in Ireland and internationally.

Donate & Support NXF

Origins Eile

Origins Eile is an organisation run by queer Black people dedicated to creating space that honours Black & POC folx.

Donate & Support Origins Eile

Outhouse

Outhouse is an LGBT community resource centre in Dublin for LGBT+ people, their families, and friends. Their mission is to provide a safe space that facilitates and encourages the growth of services and supports to the LGBT communities.

Donate & Support Outhouse

ShoutOut

Since 2012, ShoutOut has been delivering in-person as well as virtual LGBTQ+ educational programmes in schools, workplaces and with service providers. Donations contribute directly to costs such as volunteers’ bus fare to schools, materials, and travel to ShoutOut hubs across Ireland to train new volunteers.

Donate & Support ShoutOut

TENI

Through advocacy, education and support, TENI (Transgender Equality Network Ireland) aims to promote the equality and well-being of trans people in Ireland. TENI works nationally in four main areas: healthcare, employment, education and legislation.

Donate & Support TENI

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