“I Exist” prize winner announced

Publish Date: 28/12/2011

Back in July, The Lesbian & Gay Foundation launched our “I Exist” survey, to find out about a range of issues affecting lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) people, from health to homophobia and relationships to legal rights.

The survey closed at the end of November, with an astounding 2,827 responses! We’d like to thank everybody who took part in the survey – your answers will help us campaign for sustained and improved services for LGB people.

The prize-winners were drawn by Hayley Harewood, from the Equality and Human Rights Commission.

Paul Abbott from Salford won First Prize of £500 worth of holiday vouchers.

How does it feel to have won first prize in the LGF’s “I Exist” survey?

Fantastic!

What made you take part in the “I Exist” survey?

“Because it was important to get our views and opinions across. If we don’t stand up and share our experiences then nothing will ever change”

A community report of the survey findings will be published by the LGF in Spring 2012.