We are Scotland’s community voice for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT+) people of all age groups, in every corner of the country, established in 2014.
We aim to improve the representation of LGBT people, tackling stereotypes which have been harmful for decades, and giving people the skills and resources to become activists for equality and diversity.
We also strive for better visibility of LGBT people in every community in Scotland, helping reduce isolation and discrimination, making communities stronger and more diverse.
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Pink Saltire have no permanent paid staff. We are run by a small dedicated team of volunteers and project-based sessional staff, led by our Founder and supported by our Trustees.
Our trustees ensure our charitable objectives are being met and help drive the strategy and future direction of the organisation. They are an essential element of our success, keeping our plans on track and evaluating our success.
Stuart Duffy is our Founder and has been the face of the charity since it launched. He is an experienced journalist with over 25 years experience writing for a number of local and national titles, and has as a passion for digital broadcast (radio and video). Stuart is also a leading community organiser in Scotland, producing a number of short films and events.
He was appointed a UK ‘Point of Light’ by Prime Minister, Rt Hon Theresa May in June 2018, for his work volunteering in the LGBT community. In the same year, Stuart was honoured as Volunteer of the Year at the Kingdom FM Local Hero Awards and shortlisted in the Dunfermline Press Community Champion Awards.