What is the ENOUGH Campaign?
In the midst of negative rhetoric towards trans and non-binary communities, LGBT Foundation’s ENOUGH campaign is sending a powerful message of hope, support, and solidarity.
The ENOUGH campaign is an opportunity for LGBT communities and our allies to come together and demand an inclusive and equal society that celebrates all LGBT identities. We believe that all LGBT people should be free to express their gender identity and sexuality however they choose, without fear of discrimination or hate.
I’m interested! How can I get involved?
Sign our Pledge
By signing our ENOUGH pledge you are adding your voice to our call for LGBT people everywhere to have the right to express their sexuality or gender identity as they choose without fear of discrimination or hate.
We will keep you posted on the latest developments and how you can support our call for change.
Feeling inspired to do more? Here's 4 more ways you can help!
1. Take a Solidarity Selfie
Once you have signed our pledge, pick up your phone, take a selfie and share it on social media in support of the ENOUGH campaign using #IAmEnough or #YouAreEnough (for allies).
Remember, it's not just for individuals, so why not get your colleagues, sports team or social group involved? Say Cheese and post!
2. Buy and wear our brand new T-shirts
Support our ENOUGH campaign by purchasing one of our bold tshirts! You can buy #IamEnough, #YouAreEnough and #WeAreEnough T-shirts and bags from our brand new online store here.
3. Volunteer with LGBT Foundation
Many of our vital services would not exist without the support of our amazing volunteers. Find out about our current volunteering opportunities here.
4. Make a donation
Help us to continue to change the lives of LGBT people by making a donation here.
I AM ENOUGH.
The first stage of our campaign, launched on the Trans Day of Visibility (March 31st) sent a positive message of affirmation and strength from within the trans community.
YOU ARE ENOUGH.
The second part of our campaign, launched on IDAHOBIT (May 17th), is sending a message of support and solidarity from the wider LGBT community and beyond.
WE ARE ENOUGH.
Look out for future opportunities to spread a message of unity, where lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people are standing together to affirm our identities and our right to equality.