Dublin LGBTQ+ Pride

We are a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to raising awareness of the discrimination faced by LGBTQ+ people, promoting diversity and inclusion in society and championing equality for all people. One of the main ways we achieve our aims is by running regular events, such as Fingal Pride, that promote integration and visibility for LGBTQ+ people.

Fingal Integration

Fingal is amongst the most diverse and dynamically growing populations in Ireland, Fingal County Council is committed to social integration and enhancing the quality of life for all the residents as it continues to grow.

Their goals are to support and provide resources to citizens who have experience barriers that lead to social exclusions and to promote an understanding of inclusion in Fingal and celebrate diversity across the county.


LGBT Ireland

LGBT Ireland is a national support service for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender people and their families and friends. They offer a comprehensive range of services which provide support and information on issues relating to sexuality and gender identity.

Non-judgmental, confidential listening and support is provided seven days a week through the telephone helpline 1800 929 539 and through their online instant messaging service.


BeLonG To Youth Services is the national organisation supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI+) young people in Ireland. Since 2003, they have worked with LGBTI+ young people, between 14 and 23 years of age to create a world where they are equal, safe, and valued in the diversity of their identities and experiences. They also advocate and campaign on behalf of young LGBTI+ people, and offer a specialised LGBTI+ youth service with a focus on mental and sexual health, alongside drug and alcohol support. They respond to the needs of LGBTI+ young people in Ireland and help them thrive.


Despite significant progress in the past years, Ireland remains a place where it is difficult for trans people to lead safe, healthy and integrated lives. TENI (Transgender Equality Network Ireland) is dedicated to ending transphobia, including stigma, discrimination and inequality. TENI engages in activities that promote the equality and well-being of trans people in Ireland. They work nationally in four main areas: healthcare, employment, education and legislation. There are three strands to their work: Advocacy, Education and Support.


Outcomers is a social and befriending support group for gay, lesbian, bi-sexual and transgender (LGBT) people. Based in Dundalk, they also operate in the north county Dublin area.


GCN (Gay Community News) is the national LGBT+ press and the place to go for up-to-date news on all things relating to the LGBTQ+ community in Ireland and internationally.

Sporting Pride

Sporting Pride are a volunteer-run LGBTQ+ community organisation that focuses on developing inclusivity in sport, and sports clubs within the whole Irish community. They also provide information on LGBT+ sports clubs across the country.