£1500 was awarded to Black Trans Foundation to help with the running and maintaining of a therapy service for black trans and gender-nonconforming people.
£1000 was awarded to Colours Youth Network for office equipment, and resources for the young people that use the service.
£1000, for website development, to help support the deaf LGBTQIA community.
£2000 for Deaf Rainbow UK, helping them to provide projects and services for deaf LGBT+ people in the UK.
£1000 was awarded to Decoder Arts for a program of art focused workshops, exhibitions and engagement for LGBTQIA+ women in Cornwall.
£2000 was awarded to support House of Rainbow's work with Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer individuals, people of faith and allies in order to create a safer and a more inclusive community.
£500 was awarded to Keshet UK to support work with schools, youth and young adult organisations, synagogues and wider Jewish communal organisations about the importance of LGBT+ inclusion, and to enable them to become more inclusive of LGBT+ people, through education and training.
£750 was awarded to Leeds LGBT+ Community Consortium for a winter programme of activities for older LGBT+ people.
£1500 was awarded to Live Through This to help support LGBT+ people who have been affected by cancer.
£2000 was awarded to help London International Lesbians with recruitment and marketing of events for LGBT+ women.
£750 was awarded to Out in the City for activities to support LGBT people over 50 years old.
£1500 was awarded to Parapride for inclusion and awareness work for LGBTQ+ people living with disabilities.
£1000 was awarded to Let Voice Be Heard to provide much-needed food and essentials for Bengali LGBTQ refugees and people seeking asylum who are living in East London.
£1000 was awarded to Queer East for events and a film festival centred on stories and life experiences of East and Southeast queer Asians.
£1000 was awarded to Scottish BAME Writers Network for a LGBT+ QTIPOC writers group and zine.