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Weʼre raising £500 to Support the Sutton LGBTQ+ Forum and Galop with its work with Hate Crime Awareness
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We are hosting our first LGBTQ event for HCAW 2021 on the 16th of October.
The event will be held at the Slug and Lettuce Sutton and will be formed in two parts.
The first will start at 5 pm and is for information and support on Hate Crimes with guess stalls from 17-24-30, Victim Support, Stop Hate Uk and Galop.
The second part will kick off around 7 pm (with no entry after 11pm) will have entertainment and some brilliant Drag Queens supplied by the team at CMYK.
To attend this event you can reserve you free place by emailing "email@example.com ".
Money raise will go towards support both the Sutton LGBTQ+ Forum and its new "Youth Project" for 2022 and also Galop who do some amazing more to support the community with Hate Crime .
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Oct 16, 2021
Oct 4, 2021
Look forward to seeing you at the event and good luck with the project
Elliot Colburn MP
Oct 2, 2021
Happy to support! Keep up the great work!
The James O’Riordan Medical Centre
Sep 30, 2021
Lots of support from the team at JOR , best wishes Rachel and Lavan
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Sutton LGBTQ+ Forum
We are a non-profit volunteer-run organisation created to help support the LGBTQ Community in Sutton. Working alongside the local authorities and relevant agencies such as CAB, Community Action Sutton and HealthWatch to support the LGBTQ+ community.