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The Albert Kennedy Trust *

Sheltering the vulnerable
A worthy and excellent support system for LGBT 16–25-year-olds who are made homeless or living in a hostile environment, started in 1989 in Manchester by foster carer Cath Hall in response to a growing number of ostracised and rejected LGBT youth during a period in which people were coming out at a younger age than ever before. The organisation is named after the 16-year-old Mancunian who in 1989 fell to his death while being chased. The trust also has offices in Manchester and Newcastle.

London, England

(207) 831-6562


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