LGBT Synergy is proud to present Out/Write, a short story competition open to all.
Out/Write is looking to find the hidden creative talents of writers of all ages, from all backgrounds across the country. Have you got a story to tell? If you have, then enter and your story can help LGBT Synergy make a difference.
Stories should be no more than 2500 words long on the theme of “LGBT Lives Aren’t All Fairytales”.
Opening date for entries is Wednesday 29 February, closing date is Friday 18 May.
All entrants will be invited to attend an awards ceremony during Dublin Pride Week.
The entry fee is a donation to LGBT Synergy.
Check out the LGBT Synergy website, www.lgbtsynergy.com, for full terms and conditions and “Like” LGBT Synergy on Facebook for updates on our judges and awards.
LGBT Synergy was created at the start of 2012 as a volunteer not-for-profit company limited by guarantee. It was set-up to provide legal and administrative structure to new and existing community projects. LGBT Synergy is there to get economies of scale so volunteer groups can work on their primary function.
Contact Person Mark O'Donovan
Company Name LGBT Synergy
Telephone Number 0868349078
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Web site address www. lgbtsynergy.com
LGBT Synergy is a not-for-profit, all volunteer community development organisation. We empower people to identify and organise programs and services geared towards the wants and needs of the LGBT community in Ireland.
It is part of the LGBT Diversity programme of work to carry out a review amongst current LGBT groups to see whether they think a national LGBT Network would be desirable, and if so what it should do.
To help us with this review we would greatly appreciate if you could fill our survey, there is a link to the survey on our home page, or you can access it via: www.surveymonkey.net/LGBTDiversity1. There are fifteen statements- please tick whether you agree or disagree. It should not take more than 5 to 10 minutes.
To ensure balance between the larger and smaller organisations and groups, we would appreciate if each organisation/group only fills in the form once, rather than have multiple people from one group fill in the form several times.
Information on grants awarded from our LGBT Small Grants Fund, in association with Community Foundation for Ireland, are now available from http://www.communityfoundation.ie/our-grants/our-grant-making