Transgender Awareness Week is an opportunity to reflect on the importance of open, welcoming, communities where everybody can feel safe, valued, and seen. It is important to recognize and celebrate the unique identities and experiences of individuals within the LGBTQIA+ community, including our transgender friends and loved ones.
No matter who we are, how we identify, or the path we walk, we all share a common desire — to feel safe, loved, accepted, and valued. This sentiment is at the heart of the LGBTQIA+ community, where people of various gender identities and sexual orientations come together to build connections and support one another.
Transgender individuals face unique challenges, as do the whole LGBTQIA+ community. It is our responsibility to come together to create an environment where everybody can express their authentic selves without fear of judgement or discrimination. This week serves as a reminder that by acknowledging and understanding the experiences of transgender individuals, we contribute to building a more compassionate and accepting world.
It is important to recognize that every person, regardless of their gender identity or sexual orientation, adds to the beauty of the human experience. Our differences should be celebrated, as they enrich our communities and contribute to a more vibrant and dynamic society.
By fostering an openhearted and respectful community, we not only create a safer space for transgender individuals but also send a powerful message that diversity is not just tolerated but embraced. Let us strive to be allies, advocates, and friends to those in the LGBTQIA+ community, offering support and understanding.
Transgender Awareness Week is an invitation for all of us to reflect on the importance of empathy, acceptance, and love. It is a celebration of diversity, a recognition that each person deserves to be treated with dignity and respect.
Our members value inclusivity for everyone. Here are some actions related to pride and LGBTQIA+ community that we proudly support:
We offered ‘Greater than Fear’ free stickers to our members 
W called out Citibank who are using Pride to cover up their dirty fossil fuel lending. 
As we stand together in solidarity with the transgender community, by promoting understanding, compassion, and love, we contribute to a brighter future where every individual feels safe, valued, accepted, and loved for exactly who they are.
Uplift is not accepting money from the government or big corporations. We are a fivers and tenners organization. If you want to support our actions and help us make Ireland a place for everybody, you can chip few euros here: Pride stickers “Greater than fear” | Uplift  ‘No Pride on a Dead Planet’ protest takes place at Citi HQ in Dublin today | Dublin People