What you can do

Ian McKellen

Celebrity supporters

Without Stonewall, change could never have happened so rapidly and so peacefully. The revolution won’t be complete, until equality is accepted at home, at school, at work and in the streets. So we must continue to support Stonewall’s essential initiatives, knowing right is on our side.


Yvonne Stewart-Williams


In the last 25 years, Stonewall has done endless things that have totally transformed my life, as an openly ‘woman loving woman,’ lesbian. For example, as someone who has also experienced mental distress, I am especially proud that Stonewall signed the ‘Time To Change’ pledge to help end mental...

Rod & Howard


In our lifetimes many arts organisations and charities have tried to persuade us to leave some form of financial legacy. The organisation that we are most proud to support is Stonewall.

We both volunteer in the office but would love to think that money left in our wills would also...

Jak Xenon


I realised I was gay when I was 15. Kids in my school that came out got bullied quite a lot for it, so I kept myself hidden away and didn’t express my sexuality. Shortly after, I came out to my brother. My mum overheard. She was crying and she said “Jak, please, please tell me you’re not gay.”...

Stonewall announces new charity partnership with MPG

Partnership with titles DIVA and Gay Times and Prowler and Expectation stores Will help boost Stonewall's campaign awareness over the next twelve...

Stonewall launches young writers' competition

Judges include best-selling author S J Watson, poet Dean Atta and Stonewall CEO Theme for entries is 'LGBT equality: changing hearts and minds'...


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