Latest news from the Foundation
Family and friends to gather in Liverpool on August 2 at 5:30pm in Temple Square (behind Dale Street) to remember tragic teenager and campaign against homophobic discrimination.
On Friday 22nd July from 9.30pm to 10.05pm Knowsley Council and partners including the Michael Causer Foundation will be displaying the Rainbow flag on the Our Place Youth facility electronic light wall Knowsley Leisure & Culture Park in Huyton.
Once again Mike, Marie, Michael’s family, friends and Trustees will be at St George’s Hall to help lead PRIDE 2016 on Sat 30th July – please say hi and join us as and help his mum, dad, family and friends make sure Michael’s name is never forgotten
Our Chair attended this Business Case for Diversity event as part of the International Festival for Business 2016 - it provided people an opportunity to network with and collect information from a variety of equality organisations and projects
Stuart Fitzgerald's conviction to tackling injustice and how it affects all communities has deepened to the extent he has now moved on to enhance his commitment through the launch of a new venture designed to create change through acceptance.
We are pleased to welcome Bob to the Trustee Board of the Michael Causer Foundation. Bob brings with him a wealth of experience in housing, volunteer programmes, developing new ideas and partnerships, fundraising and community connections.
We are pleased to welcome Cynthia to the Trustee Board of the Michael Causer Foundation. Cynthia brings with her a wealth of experience in housing, tackling domestic violence, developing new ideas and partnerships, fundraising and connections.
The University of Liverpool's Pole Dancing Society raised £1,810 for the Michael Causer Foundation at an extravaganza it hosted with over 150 guests at Mountford Hall, Liverpool on Friday 26th February.
At 6pm on Sunday 13th March, Liverpool's LGBT Choir will host an Open Evening at their regular rehearsal space - the Oasis Centre, St Stephens, Church Crown St. Liverpool L8 7SX. ALL ARE WELCOME!
Michael Causer Foundation partners with Your Housing Group & Everton Free School and others in educating young people about the City’s diverse communities.
The Michael Causer Foundation was setup by murdered gay teen Michael Causer’s parents to raise funds to provide safe accommodation for LGBT young people at risk; to help tackle hate crime; and to motivate local communities to support diversity and equality. Please help us reach our aims by donating to the charity.