Who we are

Established in 2019, ‘Safe2Trans’ is an organisation that focuses solely on assisting the Transgender community. We work with organisations and companies to provide funding for transgender people. Although the Transgender community is a part of the LGBTQ+ umbrella, we find it often gets lost and forgotten about.

We believe that Transgender people deserve more attention, consideration and help when it comes to the struggles they face in their day-to-day life. We provide FREE binders where possible to Transgender individuals across the UK, in the hope of making their transition a little bit easier.

The organisation is run by a variety of helpful volunteers who either identify under the LGBTQ+ spectrum or support it.

How can you help?

Sharing and discussing this topic can impact a whole lot more than people realise. Please share our organisation around as much as possible to allow more individuals to access our resources.

If you would like to donate to our cause, you can click our donate button at the top. This will take you to our donation page where you can tailor the amount you want to donate. Every penny goes towards helping transgender people live the life they deserve.

The hard facts

Young people and Education

  • More than four in five (83 per cent) trans young people have experienced name-calling or verbal abuse; three in five (60 per cent) have experienced threats and intimidation; and more than a third (35 per cent) of trans young people have experienced physical assault.
  • More than one in four (27 per cent) trans young people have attempted to commit suicide and nine in ten (89 per cent) have thought about it. 72 per cent have self-harmed at least once.

Hate Crime and Discrimination

  • Two in five (41 per cent) trans people have been attacked or threatened with violence in the last 5 years.
  • In the last year alone, two thirds (65 per cent) of trans people have been discriminated against or harassed because of being perceived as trans. Over a third (35 per cent) avoid expressing their gender through physical appearance for fear of being assaulted, threatened or harassed.
  • Almost three in four (70 per cent) trans people avoid certain places and situations for fear of being assaulted, threatened or harassed.
  • More than half (55 per cent) of trans people have experienced negative comments or behaviour at work because of being trans.

Workplace

  • One in four trans people report having been discriminated against at work.
  • More than two in five (44 per cent) trans people have never disclosed to anyone at work that they are trans.

Health

  • Almost half (48 per cent) of trans people in Britain have attempted suicide at least once; 84 per cent have thought about it. More than half (55 per cent) have been diagnosed with depression at some point.
  • More than half (54 per cent) of trans people reported that they have been told by their GP that they don’t know enough about trans-related care to provide it.

Facts sourced from www.stonewall.org.uk