Founded in Britain in 1989, Stonewall’s roots are in campaigning for equal rights and treatment of the LGBT+ community.
Their primary mission is to achieve acceptance without exception for all LGBT+ people, in the UK and abroad. Until everyone feels free to be who they are, wherever they are, Stonewall’s work is not finished.
Through their ‘Education and Youth’ programme Stonewall works to support LGBT+ children and young people by working with schools, children and young people’s services, and LGBT+ young people themselves.
Their £20,000 grant will contribute to this programme, helping to create LGBT+ inclusive environments in schools and communities, free from homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying, where LGBT+ young people are supported and can thrive.