Galop has a dedicated Trans Advocacy & Community Development Service which can offer confidential advice and support by telephone, email or face-to-face.

We work with young people 25 years old or younger who live in London.  If you are homeless, or at risk of homelessness, and identify as LGBT+ this service is designed for you.

Galop Services

We are continuing to support LGBT+ who have experienced hate crime, sexual violence and/or domestic abuse while remote working. Referrals to access these services can be made by emailing or completing our online referral form. We can provide support through telephone, email, text and WhatsApp, but are unable to provide face to face client work at present.

The National LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Helpline is continuing to operate as normal. We’re open Monday-Friday 10am-5pm and Wednesday-Thursday 10am-8pm to give advice and support for people who have experienced domestic abuse, as well as professionals. It can be reached by calling 0800 999 5428 or emailing

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We'll be continuing to share information, updates and resources with you on our social media @GalopUK and on our website.

Advice Referrals

Recruiting: Head of Finance

HOURS: 35 hours per week. SALARY SCALE: NJC SCP 30-33 (Including Inner London Weighting £37495.39 – £40635.43) CONTRACT TERM: Permanent RESPONSIBLE TO: Galop CEO EMPLOYED BY AND BASED AT: Galop, Holloway Road, London. (Please note the team are currently home working due to COVID-19) CLOSING DATE: 6th October 2020 9am INTERVIEW DATE: 13th October 2020 ABOUT…

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Recruiting: Trustees

About Galop  Founded in 1982, Galop is the LGBT+ anti-violence charity, providing advice, support and advocacy to LGBT+ people who have experienced hate crime, domestic abuse and sexual violence. Galop works directly with LGBT+ victims and survivors and is also engaged on a strategic level to ensure issues affecting LGBT+ communities remain high on the agenda of commissioners, decision-makers and non-specialist service providers.  Galop…

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Galop welcomes new Chief Executive

Galop, the LGBT+ anti-violence charity, is delighted to announce that Leni Morris has joined the charity as its new Chief Executive. Galop supports lesbian, gay bisexual and trans people experiencing hate crime, domestic abuse or sexual violence. Leni joins Galop from Stonewall, where she was a Head of Events and Ambassadors, and has previously held…

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Joint briefing: The LGBT+ Community and Domestic Abuse

Domestic Abuse Bill, Third Reading, July 2020. To meet the needs of LGBT+ survivors in the Bill and its associated programme of work the Domestic Abuse Bill must: 1. Recognise that LGBT+ people are equally at risk of experiencing domestic abuse and face distinct barriers to accessing domestic abuse services, including the criminal justice system.…

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