Charity awarded 80,000 pounds to provide support for LGBT Londoners

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Charity awarded 80,000 pounds to provide support for LGBT Londoners

A south London based charity has been awarded more than 80,000 pounds to provide a city-wide support service for young LGBT Londoners.

Called Chat, it offers online and face-to-face therapy and counselling sessions, which are currently oversubscribed.

The funding from the City Bridge Trust, will keep the programme running. Natalie Wood is from Metro and Alison Gowman is the chair of the Trust.

 

 

 

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