Friends of Allsorts

How do I become a Friend of Allsorts?
You can set up your regular donation here and tick the box ‘I’m happy to be contacted by Allsorts Youth Project

And that’s it! We’ll be in touch with you at the start of next month to welcome you to the Friends of Allsorts community!

Who are the Friends of Allsorts?
The Friends of Allsorts are our incredible supporters and allies who help support our services us through their generous monthly donations. 

Could I be a Friend of Allsorts?
Absolutely! If you would like to provide LGBT+ children and young people with vital wellbeing support, safe spaces for self-expression and help build their confidence, from as little as £10 per month you can be a Friend of Allsorts! 

Where is my money going?

  • £20 could provide an LGBT+ young person in Sussex with an online one-to-one support session.
  • £30 could supply an LGBT+ Youth Support Worker for an online LGBT+ Youth Group for children and young people across Sussex.
  • £40 could provide our Parents/Carers Support Group with two online sessions.
  • £60 could provide an LGBT+ young person in Sussex with 3 online one-to-one support sessions

What are the perks of being a Friend of Allsorts?

  • It feels good to give! Whether it’s £10 or £50 a month, by supporting Allsorts you are ensuring vital support services, safer spaces and a platform for LGBT+ children and young people to have their voices heard.
  • Keep Connected! You will be the first to hear about our latest updates, news and highlights. Once every three months we’ll let you know how your money has supported LGBT+ children and young people across Sussex, so you can celebrate with us!
  • Get Together! You will receive an invitation to our annual Volunteers and Friends of Allsorts Celebration, a fantastic opportunity to meet the team and socialise with other Friends of Allsorts!

Why Allsorts?
We are a small charity, with huge impact. For more than 20 years,  Allsorts has listened to, supported and connected LGBT+ children and young people, and challenged exclusion, prejudice and discrimination in all areas of their lives. 

With 96% of Allsorts young people surveyed having experienced mental health challenges, and 62% having experienced homo/bi/transphobia in the last 6 months (September 2020), your donation enables vulnerable children and young people to meet new people, build their confidence and have access to fun activities and workshops and so much more! 

In September 2020, 95% of LGBT+ young people reported that Allsorts had been of help to them and had helped improve their overall well-being.

By becoming a Friend of Allsorts, you are becoming part of our community that cares about the well-being of LGBT+ children and young people and strives to create a future in which all LGBT+ children and young people are free to thrive.   

Thank you.

How do I become a Friend of Allsorts?

You can set up your regular donation here and tick the box ‘I’m happy to be contacted by Allsorts Youth Project

And that’s it! We’ll be in touch with you at the start of next month to welcome you to the Friends of Allsorts community!

Interested in getting involved?

Find out more about the way you can support us below and please don't hesitate to get in touch at fundraising@allsortsyouth.org.uk

Allsorts Youth Project Ltd © is registered charity in England & Wales and regulated by the Charity Commission under number 1123014 and a Company Limited by Guarantee under number 04154118. Registered office address: 69 Ship Street, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 1AE.