2016

  • 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
  • In collaboration with Totnes Library, launched a new LGBTQ+ section of books, the largest collection of LGBTQIA+ books in the county
  • 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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