3 places in the UK you must visit for National LGBT Center Awareness Day

Every October 19th, the National LGBT Center Awareness Day is celebrated. This day was inaugurated in order to raise awareness about the importance of centers for the LGBT community and its movement. LGBT Centers are essential because they provide free and accessible community services to their members.

The LGBT community remains one of the UK’s marginalized communities. Your show of support for one of their centers dedicated to helping members of the LGBTQIA+ community is the best way to celebrate National LGBT Center Awareness Day.

These are the top 3 places you can visit to show your support for the LGBTQIA+ community today.

brighton and hove

Commonly known as Britain’s unofficial LGBT capital, Brighton & Hove offers a wealth of community services. Some of the popular services they offer include Allsorts Youth Project, Brighton & Hove LGBT Switchboard, and Sussex Beacon. They also host the UK’s biggest pride festival, Brighton Pride, which takes place in early August every year.

Brighton & Hove offers a variety of attractions and events such as its ‘Best of Brighton Walking Tour’ which contains over ‘480 years of Brighton ancestry’. It’s a great way to find out how they became one of the most LGBT-friendly places in the UK. Sign up for this free event through their website today!

LGBT Foundation

Located at 72 Sackville Street, Manchester, the LGBT Foundation is another place you can go to show your support for the entire LGBT community, either physically or virtually. As a “national charity providing advice, support and information services to the lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) communities”, this foundation offers a range of services, from providing LGBT-focused support groups to hosting sexual awareness.

You can show your support by donating through the payment channels found on their website or by volunteering some of your time at their events. With the LGBT Foundation, you can make a difference.

Mind Out

This mental health service, “run by and for lesbians, gays, bisexuals, trans and queer”, offers Live Chat support online for anyone in need. MindOut’s services may be used by individuals over the age of 18 who are members of the LGBT community or currently in a relationship with one. By making a one-time or monthly donation through their website, you can help the organization support its mental health services. If you meet their criteria, you can even join their LGBT Counseling Volunteers team online!

A man raises his fist as he marches along the parade route during the San Francisco Gay Pride parade in San Francisco, California, on Sunday, June 25, 2017. / Spanish PHOTO / Josh Edelson
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