Any LGBT+ space is your space.
Allsorts is committed to creating an organisation that is representative of our wonderfully diverse LGBT+ community.
We endeavour to employ a POC and Minority Ethnic workforce and recruit and involve POC and Minority Ethnic trustees, to ensure representative support for young people within our service.
To ensure competency across the board, all our staff have undertaken inclusion training, which has equipped them with skills to empathetically work with children and young people from all walks of life.
If you would like to know more, or have any questions, head over to our BAME inclusion page
In line with Government and National Youth Agency guidance, we are delighted to announce that as of 3rd May we will be running small monthly in-person groups in each of our locations (Brighton, Horsham, Chichester & Worthing) alongside ‘Walk and Talks’, our socially distanced outdoor one-to-one sessions.
We will also be continuing with our online groups and one-to-one sessions so all young people are able to access support. We have taken great pride in our innovative response to the barriers facing our services, and are continually inspired by the resilience and peer support we see in Allsorts children and young people and their families. Although we have found great strength in online services, which have broadened our accessibility to those in harder to reach areas of Sussex, we are really excited to be able to offer in-person support to those who need it most.
This has been an incredibly difficult time for so many and we could not be more grateful for the support we have seen from our funders, supporters, community fundraisers, stakeholders and partners. Thank you so much for your time, generosity and commitment you have shown us - it makes a huge difference and has enabled us to carry on and keep offering our services.
If you are in crisis, please click here for to access services offering crisis support.