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A REGISTERED CHARITY IN ENGLAND & WALES, UNDER NUMBER 1185537.

Charitable Status

 

Friday, 27th September, 2019

LGBTQ e-Bulletin

 

Monday 12th August, 2019

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The Charity Commission have today confirmed that Rainbow Foundation Sunderland, operating as Rainbow Foundation, has been awarded Charitable Incorporated Organisation status. 


Rainbow Foundation is now a registered charity in England and Wales, under number 1185537.

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  • Mailing address & a phone line

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  • Fully furnished desk(s)

  • 24/7 Access

  • Mailing address & a phone line

  • Coffee, still, & sparkling water

  • Fast Wi-Fi and prints

LATEST NEWS



Keep up to date with our work by browsing some of the latest news from the organisation.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Transgender Day of Remembrance Vigil

 

Wednesday, 20th November

6.30pm onwards


This is a free to attend public vigil, taking place at Baltic Square, Gateshead.

LGBTQ NORTH EAST AWARDS



The LGBTQ North East Awards 2019 were a huge success, reaching an audience of over 46k people – a massive thank you to all of our sponsors who made it possible! Now that 2020 is approaching, the LGBTQ North East Awards promises to be bigger and better than ever before!


2017 WINNERS



Ally of the Year Award

Lui Asquith (Ben Hoare Bell)


Charity & Community Initiative Award

Thrive NE


Creating Safer Learning Spaces Award

Sunderland College


Building a Stronger LGBTQ Community Award

Northern Proud Voices


Outstanding Contribution to LGBTQ Life Award

Mark Nichols (Northern Pride)


Inspirational Workplace Award

BT


Lifetime Achievement Award Reicipient

Timothy Beckett (MIss Trixie)


2019 WINNERS



Ally of the Year Award

WINNER: Jay Anderson (Northern Pride)

HIGHLY COMMENDED: Lucy Malarkey (Gentoo)


Outstanding Contribution to LGBTQ Life Award

WINNER: Drew Dalton (University of Sunderland)
HIGHLY COMMENDED: Tess Tickle


Creating Safer Learning Spaces Award

WINNER: Benfield School Newcastle

HIGHLY COMMENDED: Alphabetti Theatre


Inspirational Workplace Award

WINNER: Tyne & Wear Fire & Rescue

HIGHLY COMMENDED: Gentoo


Inclusive Arts & Media Award

WINNER: Curious Arts

HIGHLY COMMENDED: Pride Radio


Charity & Community Initiative Award

WINNER: Hidayah

HIGHLY COMMENDED: Northumberland Pride


Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient

Gary Short (Ophelia B)


Special Recognition Award Recipient

Lou Evan-Wong (LGBT FEd)


2020 WINNERS



You decide! Voting for the LGBTQ North East Awards opens on February 1st, 2020. The voting link will appear right here once voting is open. 


To find out how out how you can help us spread the message, whether in your business, organisation or local community, get in touch with us, we'd love to hear from you!


2020 Categories

Outstanding Contribution to LGBTQ Life Award


Creating Safer Learning Spaces Award


Lifetime Achievement Award


Inclusive Workplace Award


Inclusive Arts & Media Award


Charity & Community Initiative Award


Role Model of the Year Award


Volunteer of the Year Award


Ally of the Year Award

SPONSOR OPPORTUNITIES



If you're interested in seeing how your organisation could become involved with the LGBTQ North East Awards 2020, take a look at the Sponsorship Pack on our website. 


To discuss any information included in the pack further, contact Ryan Houston, via Ryan@rainbow-foundation.org.uk. 


Sponosrship opportunities are available until December 2019. 


For more information about the awards, and some of our previous partners and sponosrs, please click here.

OUR CURRENT PROJECTS


We're incredibly proud to run the annual LGBTQ North East Awards, held each May, which recognise the positive contributions made to the LGBTQ community in the North East 

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