Latest news from the Foundation
The Stanley Street Quarter CIC delivered a stunning Three Queens Ball on Friday 22nd May, raising over £3,000 for The Michael Causer Foundation, which supports Merseyside’s lesbian, gay, bisexual & transgender (LGBT) community.
Local 3-piece rockers, Shamona blew away a superb lineup of finalists at the Grand Final of the Michael Causer Foundation's Out On Stage on Thursday. They walked off with a money-can't-buy prize including slots at ALL Liverpool's summer festivals!
Conchita Wurst, winner of last year's Eurovision Song Contest, turned hostess, has sent a message of good luck in her absence from the Stanley Street Quarter's Three Queens Ball taking place on May 22nd.
Some amazing sponsors and supporters have helped us coordinate and deliver this exciting event - the 3rd annual running of Out On Stage - we thank them all!
Local HIV+ man Paul Childs, parliamentary candidate for Riverside offered £500 of his £1000 damages to the Michael Causer Foundation after UKIP lost a law suit when one of their candidates wrongly accused him of wasting precious NHS resources.
A few tickets are still available for this stunning event featuring 8 outstanding local acts will compete to win a money-can't-buy prize at Constellations, Greenland St from 7pm on Thursday 7th May.
The Office of the Merseyside Police & Crime Commissioner together with Merseyside Police has completed the development of a website for victims of crime.
At the semi finals of Out On Stage 2015 in hope to reach the talent search's Grand Final to win a major prize.
MCF CEO makes an appearance on Bay TV
Stuart Fitzgerald speaks to Radio City about support for victims of LGBT Hate Crime
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.