External Resources

We wanted to compile a resource of different organisations that we can recommend for a variety of different services, be it advice, community, information, and more!


Mermaids has been supporting transgender, non-binary and gender-diverse children, young people, and their families since 1995. Today they have evolved into one of the UK’s leading LGBTQ+ charities, empowering thousands of people with its secure online communities, local community groups, helpline services, web resources, events and residential weekends.

Not A Phase

Not A Phase is a trans-led, grassroots charity committed to uplifting and improving the lives of trans+ adults, through awareness campaigning, social projects and funding trans+ lead initiatives. Organising a variety of events such as Trans Remembrance vigils and the incredible Misfits fitness and wellbeing group.


Consortium is an incredible resource hub, linking and providing information on a large variety of local and nationwide resources, that is invaluable for those outside of cities such as London and Manchester.

The Clare Project

The Clare Project now provides a variety of support options for the trans, non-binary, and intersex (TNBI) community in Brighton and across Sussex. Over the years, we have welcomed thousands of TNBI people through our doors, regardless of their gender identity, gender expression, or biological sex variation.

Gender Construction Kit

Providing guides for almost everything someone might need, be it at the start of their journey or years in, the Gender Construction Kit is a vital resources for trans people in the UK.


G[end]er Swap is a UK based LGBTIQ+ clothing outreach organisation and community interest company that supports trans and gender non-conforming individuals to access clothes and community with bespoke pop-ups, LGBTQ style workshops and exhibitions that support trans individuals with style, makeup and wellness resources. G[end]er Swap is based in England and Wales but operates UK/EU wide.

London LGBTQ+ Centre

Started in 2017, with a grassroots group of volunteers coming together, inspired by other major cities’ community centres, and working towards our shared vision. Their ethos is ‘For the community, by the community’, with intersectionality at its core. The London LGBTQ+ Community Centre is a sober, intersectional community centre and café where all LGBTQ+ people are welcome, supported, can build connections and can flourish.