the lesbian, gay and bisexual charity

Get involved with Stonewall!

If you are aged 16-21 and want to get involved with Stonewall, our Youth Volunteering Programme should be your first port of call.  However, if you want to do something different than this or even something extra there are tons of other ways you can support our work, including:

March with Stonewall at Pride

Stonewall attends London Pride and Brighton Pride every year and some staff also attend other Pride events throughout the summer.  If you’d like to march with us or volunteer on our Pride stalls please email info@stonewall.org.uk at the start of the summer to find out what we’ll be attending and how you can get involved

Get hold of some resources

Few things send out a clearer message that your school is LGB friendly than some of our fabulous red ‘Some People Are Gay. Get Over It!’ posters plastered all over the walls.  So, why not get your teacher to check out our website and order some resources for your school. You can also buy one of our T shirts on the website and wear it with pride!

Attend a Stonewall event

Stonewall holds a range of events throughout the year- these are listed on the homepage of our website so check this out to see if there is anything that sounds like your cup of tea and come along!

Tell us your story

Stonewall is often asked by the media if we have any young people willing to share their experiences and life stories.  The requests we get include stories about coming out, being homophobically bullied, having same sex parents and being involved in anti-homophobic bullying campaigns.  If you have an interesting story to share about your life which is related to LGB issues and you’d be willing to act as a media case study please contact gary.nunn@stonewall.org.uk 

 

Volunteer at our offices

If you live in London and have some free time you might want to come and volunteer at our offices in Waterloo.  As a busy campaigning organisation we always have tons of letters to send out, media to read and our staff can always do with an extra pair of hands to help them out with their work.  A lot of young people come into our offices during their school/college/uni holidays so you might want to consider this.  You can come in as little or as much as you like- from a one-off afternoon to a regular day each week.  If you’d like to get involved with office volunteering at Stonewall contact Roy Peterson roy.peterson@stonewall.org.uk 

 


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