Donate

Why Donate?

Last year, Trans Pride Brighton actually ran at a loss. We have a big outlay of costs and in order to make Trans Pride an enjoyable event for all we need your help! Please donate anything you can, no matter how small, and help us out.

As a grassroots, non-commercial community event run entirely by unpaid volunteers, we depend on donations, grants and community contributions to secure the infrastructure we need for Trans Pride to happen each year.

Please spread the word, and donate if you can, to support us in our mission to make Trans Pride Brighton 2017 the event our community deserves.


Trans Pride Brighton & Hove is a registered charity in England & Wales (number 1162738).

Our mission is to promote equality and diversity, advance education and eliminate discrimination against trans, intersex, gender variant and queer people for the public benefit by raising awareness of the issues affecting this community (in particular by organising and staging an annual Trans Pride festival).


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Note: When you make your donation through Givey, the Charity receives 100% of the donation. Your details are safe with Givey and donating is completely secure. Additionally, they never share your email address with any third parties except the Charity you donate to.

If you are a UK taxpayer, please, please select the “Gift Aid” option. It costs you nothing, and we receive an extra 25% by reclaiming the tax on your behalf

Our earlier campaigns used the GoFundMe site, who follow a different model. We would like to thank those people that have already donated through the GoFundMe page for Trans Pride Brighton. So far this year we have raised over £2000 through the site. If you would like to see the previous donations, please go to the GoFundMe main page and search for Trans Pride Brighton

If there are issues donating using your card method, we have found some people are still able to donate via our gofundme page which remains active – you are welcome to use this method but please note, Trans Pride Brighton lose some of the money to them as commission and they do not provide gift aid.