YWCA LGBTIQ Tuggeranong

A-Z, Sexuality and Gender Diverse Social and Support Group and LGBT + Allies Prom.

Youth Engagement A-Z

A-Z provides a safe, non-judgmental space for gender and sexuality diverse young people who want to meet new friends and hang out. It offers an opportunity for young people to learn, participate in relevant events, and hear from guest speakers. Young participants will be encouraged to suggest speakers and topics.

A-Z is primarily a social group, and is a safe space. Although allies are welcome to support their friends at A-Z meetings, young people are encouraged to make new friends through the meetings.

As a non-religious, not-for-profit community organisation, YWCA Canberra encourages the participation of people of all cultures, beliefs and ages. Strengthened by diversity, we are committed to recognising and celebrating the value of every human being.

YWCA Canberra Youth Engagement Officers will liaise with other community groups to gain insight and feedback to promote continuous improvement of this new and exciting program.

Tuesdays, 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm (during school terms)
Tuggeranong Arts Centre
22 Sidney Nolan Street, Conder

LGBT + Allies Prom

The YWCA Canberra Youth Engagement Team runs an LGBT + Allies Prom each for young people each year.

The LGBTQIA+ & Allies Prom is an opportunity for young people to experience a formal style event and express their identity in a safe, supportive, and non-judgmental environment. This event is strictly drug and alcohol free.

Phone: 02 6185 2090
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  • Street: 22 Sidney Nolan Street
  • City: Tuggeranong / Conder
  • State: ACT
  • Country: Australia


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