Support Us

If you would like to support Space Youth Project, there are numerous ways to do so - even without any cost to you either!

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You can support our service by directly making a donation to us. This helps us cover the cost of our youth groups and will directly impact our young people.

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Space runs an eBay shop where we sell rainbow face paint perfect for any pride occasion & badges that have been designed and made by our members

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Your legacy can help ensure that we can continue to make Dorset the best place to grow up for LBGTQ+ young people.

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BH Coastal Lottery is a fun and effective way to raise funds for local causes. Join for just £1 a week and you have a chance to win cash prizes of up to £25,000 every week while directly supporting us by picking us as your charity.

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Give as You Live is a free way to raise money for charity when you shop online. You can shop at over 4,400 stores via their website and you'll raise funds for your chosen charity with no extra cost to you.

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Amazon Smile has the same products, prices and features as Amazon. The difference is that when you shop with Amazon Smile, Amazon will donate 0.5% of the net purchase price to your chosen charity.

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The UK's first and only lottery supporting LGBTQ+ good causes! Tickets for the lottery cost just £1 per week, with a top prize of £25,000 all while directly supporting us by picking us as your charity.

Our Supporters

A massive thank you to all our supporters and funders listed below!
If you would like to support Space Youth Project and the work we do, check out how you can here.

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National Lottery Funding will be funding Space Youth Project's core costs for 5 years, starting in 2020.

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BBC Children in Need has funded Space Youth Project for the past few years in order to provide regular support for LGBT+ young people.

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Dorset County Council helps fund Space Youth Project's work in the more rural areas of Dorset.

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Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council helps fund our work in Bournemouth & Poole.

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Bournemouth & Poole College help support Space Youth Project by providing us an office space.