This will be the charities’s first in-person fundraising event since the pandemic


Diversity Role Models (DRM) is a charity which actively seeks to embed inclusion and empathy among the next generation. And on 2 February 2023, you can join DRM for their LGBT+ History Month Reception. This will be the organisation’s first in-person fundraising event since the pandemic and it will be hosted by Patron Clare Balding, along with other special guests.

The event will take place between 6-9:30pm on 2 February, at The Club @ The Ivy, London. There will be drinks, canapés and cakes. Plus exciting entertainment (more details to be announced soon). Attendees will be able to mingle with DRM’s patrons, ambassadors and LGBTQIA volunteers. You’ll hear more about how you can help DRM end LGBTQIA bullying in schools.

It currently costs £10 to deliver a workshop to one child in the classroom. All the funds raised will help support DRM to reach more young people in schools across the country. DRM creates safe spaces where young people can explore diversity and consider the role they can play in creating a world where we all feel accepted. The organisation’s student workshops feature LGBTQIA or ally role models who speak openly about their lived experiences.

DIVA Publisher Linda Riley says: “I am so proud to be a patron of Diversity Role Models. They are a brilliant charity and the work that they do to combat bullying of LGBTQIA youth is vitally important for our community. The LGBT+ History Month fundraiser hosted by Clare Balding is set to be a wonderful event.”

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