Help OUT!ology Network by providing transport for LBT women attending our support groups

Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape

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  • 13 August 2017
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Help OUT!ology Network by providing transport for LBT women attending our support groups

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OUT!ology runs many projects. One of the closest to our hearts is the LBT Women's Support Groups, where we provide group therapy and aid to women who experience homophobia and transphobia and direct them to professional help when the need arises. The main problem we have is getting the women we are trying to help from the areas in which they live to our workshops safely and securely - an issue which causes many women to avoid attending. We urgently need help safely transporting these women to the workshops between March and June 2017. Any help, even just suggestions, would be greatly appreciated.

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About this Cause

OUT!ology Network

We help the LGBTI community by running desensitisation programmes and support groups


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