LGBTQ+ Pride is held in the month of June, commemorating the 1969 Stonewall riots.
Pride is about the representation of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer people (as well as everyone else under the rainbow). 
Pride is about celebrating the LGBTQ+ community.
Pride is about recognising the impact LGBTQ+ people have had.
Pride is about love and acceptance.
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To celebrate Pride month, we donated 10% of all profits from every box to akt and will continue to raise money for this charity throughout the remainder of the year.


We are raising money towards a "Rainbow Starter Pack" which helps a young person move into independent living after their time with akt. You can also add a donation of any amount to your order, or donate directly to the charity via our Facebook page, to help us reach this goal.

We will also be sharing stories from some of our LGBTQ+ friends and family on our Social Media channels, so please make sure you're following us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter!

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All information is taken from the akt website, akt.org.uk
Who are akt?

akt are the national LGBTQ+ youth homelessness charity; focused on prevention and early action, they support LGBTQ+ young people aged 16-25 in the UK who are facing or experiencing homelessness or living in a hostile environment.

"We support young people into safe homes and employment, education or training, in a welcoming and open environment that celebrates LGBTQ+ identities.

akt helps young people: 

  • Stay safe in a crisis 

  • Find emergency accommodation

  • Access specialist support 

  • Develop skills, identify and achieve life goals


we do this by providing:

  • Access to advice from one of our housing specialists

  • Connection to a mentor for one-to-one support 

  • Access to our emergency support pack or tenancy starter pack

  • Accommodation with a specially trained akt host

  • A place to stay in our Purple Door accommodation service 

  • A safe place with one of our many housing provider partners 

  • Access to life skills training, events and peer support networks"

Why is their work so important?
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“Your support is needed more than ever. It’s scary that referrals are increasing as LGBTQ+ young people’s friends and family are not willing to allow them to sofa surf, from fear of the current climate. Our young people have nowhere to isolate and we are working hard to ensure that they have somewhere safe to stay, with access to food and vital supplies. They don’t have family to support them through these uncertain times so the Services team at akt has become a lifeline to keep up hope and to be a friendly dace.”

Nathan East, Caseworker, akt.