Out for Good is tackling the problem of social isolation that still exists for LGBT+ people by establishing a network of real world social groups with a common aim to positively engage in their wider community.
Our members act as role models, building relationships and breaking down barriers by engaging in projects, volunteering their time, skills and experience to local organisations and groups which will help as many people as possible and help their communities to thrive.
We organise regular social and philanthropic activities, working together to make a real difference.
I’m hoping that once you attend your first Out for Good meet-up you will decide to become one of our founding members.
Members pay a small subscription fee to help cover costs of social and philanthropy events.
There is a small charge for meet-up events to cover costs, if you decide to become a full member you will have this cost deducted from your first month's subscription.
Welcome to the Out for Good February new members Meet-up
This Meet-up is for people to learn more about Out for Good, meet some of our existing and potential members and to make a decision about whether they would like to join up.
This will be our second New Members' Evening and we will use it to give a bit more information about the organisation, get to know each other, discuss future social and philanthropic events and invite you to join as one of our fifty founding members (there are 28 spots left).
Everyone will be invited to continue the evening at the bar to continue the discussions.
Venue: The Chapel Bar
7.00pm Arrival Drinks and Introductions
7.30pm Overview of Out for Good
Q & A
Membership Sign Up
8.30pm Retire to bar
Please note each guest will receive a glass of soft drink / red wine / white wine on arrival. All other drinks will need to be purchased at the bar.
There is a contribution of £2 per person for this event and those who go on to join Out for Good will have this deducted from your first month’s membership subscription.
Monthly full subscription is £8
Monthly reduced subscription for those in receipt of any state benefits is £4