Facilitated 12 adult social group sessions in South Devon, with an average of 33 people attending each month
Facilitated 22 youth group sessions in South Devon
Facilitated 6 C-Card drop in sessions in Totnes, South Devon
Hosted 2 fundraising discos in Totnes, South Devon
Hosted 6 family-friendly actvity days in Totnes, South Devon
Facilitated 11 Action Group meetings in Totnes, South Devon
Facilitated 2 Totnes Pride Volunteer Training Sessions in Totnes, South Devon
Facilitated the first Proud2Be Volunteer Residential at Sandwell Barns at Eden Rise which included the delivery of Safeguarding Children and Young People Level 1 Training & Equality and Diversity Training to regular Proud2Be volunteers
Hosted a Rainbow Flag Raising Ceremony to launch the fourth ever Totnes Pride. The ceremony was followed by Totnes’ first LGBTQIA+ History Walk
Hosted the fourth ever Totnes Pride with our largest procession, day event and after party yet.
Delivered LGBTQIA+ Awareness workshops for 5 PSHE days at schools and colleges in South Devon
Delivered 3 LGBTQ+ Hate Crime workshops delivered for the Equality and Human Rights Commission
Delivered 2 Equality & Diversity sessions to the charity sector
Delivered 1 ‘Successful Enterprise’ Talk to the charity sector
Celebrated and promoted our work at 5 local Pride and Wellbeing events
Nominated for three awards: the LGBT Community Organisation award at The National Diversity Awards 2016, the Diversity Marketing Campaign of the Year Award at the Excellence in Diversity Awards 2016 & The Princes Trust Community Impact Award 2016
Facilitated a jumble sale to raise funds for Embracing Refugees and Beyond Border Totnes & District
Asked our members which words spring to mind when they think about Proud2Be. Here is what they said
Announced as one of 12 organisations in the National Anti-HBT Bullying Alliance. The alliance will deliver an innovative school’s project over the next 2 and a half years and will be led by LGBT Consortium and funded by the Government Equalities Office
To mark Trans Awareness Week 2016, some of our members & volunteers decided to send out some messages of support to trans people all over the world. You can see those messages HERE
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