Lottery funding to reduce homophobic bullying and prejudice | LGBT youth north west

A project to reduce bullying and prejudice towards young and vulnerable gay, lesbian and transgender people has received £473,123 from the Big Lottery Fund.

The Fund, which is responsible for giving out 40 per cent of the money raised by the National Lottery, made the award to LGBT Youth North West to run the project across the North West, focusing particularly on Manchester and Stockport.

LGBT Youth North West’s project will reach 22,000 people aged 13-25 to reduce homophobia, biphobia and transphobia through workshops at schools and youth clubs.

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