Joe C is a young person who attends Allsorts. Here he explains why Allsorts has filled a gap in his life.
Jo returns from maternity leave and shares with us what it's like to be a lesbian parent to two young children.
Allsorts Youth Projects' current privacy & data policy is comprehensive. Due to the new GDPR regulations we are reviewing our policy ensure that it conforms in its entirety to the new regulations. Read about the steps we're taking here.
To celebrate National Coming Out Day our young people and staff have been sharing their stories.
Allsorts Youth Project now have youth groups in Horsham & Chichester.
Through their brilliant membership scheme the Co-op raised £4,638 for Allsorts Youth Project!
Every year we come together & celebrate the incredible Youth Volunteers and Community Volunteers here at Allsorts.
Our very own Freya explores the effects of youth service cuts on LGBTU-identifying young people, and asks the all important question: what can we do next?
Allsorts is currently recruiting for LGBT volunteers to help run our weekly youth group.
As part of this years World Mental Health Day, Allsorts young people made some amazing tees with messages about mental health.
A couple of Mondays ago, Transformers went for a game of laser tag. We walked to laser quest, were split into two teams, and strapped on the armor. Reds and Blues. We were told how to hold our guns.
The team at Allsorts are aware that there has been an increase of hate crime and racial abuse after the Brexit vote that has affected our young people and staff. We would like to take this opportunity to encourage people
Coming out is a liberating experience. Coming out can sometimes be a baptism of fire but it is an event that is very specific to LGBT. Every LBGT person at some point comes out, and usually must come out again
Our heartfelt thoughts go out to those who have been affected and who have lost their lives. Allsorts of Love