Who We Are

Twenty10 incorporating GLCS NSW:  Space to be you

LGBTIQA support services, housing, mental health, Sydney, NSW

Twenty10 incorporating GLCS NSW works with people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and gender diverse, intersex, questioning, queer, asexual and more, LGBTIQA+ people and others of diverse genders and sexualities, their families and communities.

We are a Sydney based service working across New South Wales, providing a broad range of specialised services for young people aged 12-25 including housing, mental health, counselling and social support. For adults we provide social support and for people of all ages we offer telephone support and webchat as the NSW provider for the national QLife project. We also offer inclusivity training and consulting for organisations and service providers across most sectors.

Our Vision

People of all sexualities, genders and intersex status are

Affirmed, Secure, Healthy and Connected

living in a society without oppression, persecution or violence.

Our Guiding Principles

Create safer spaces that value people for who they are

We value spaces of mental and physical safety, where people can explore and express their identities and engage positively and fully in the world.

Work in collaboration with our clients and communities

We actively engage with our clients and communities, listen to and respond to their needs, and build strategic alliances to support them.

Be Accountable, reflect on and adapt our practice

We are committed to delivering high quality, professional services in an ethical framework, and to continuously adapt our practice through a culture of seeking feedback and self-reflection.

Work for Human rights and Social justice

We value advocating  with and on behalf of our communities to bring about changes in the legal, cultural and social systems that impact negatively on them.

 Our Board of Governance

Twenty10 incorporating GLCS NSW is governed by a skills-based board of volunteers, including at least one youth representative, who contribute their time and skills to ensuring that the governance of Twenty10 is sound as supporting the work of staff and volunteers.

Positions on the board are available from time to time. Prior board experience is desirable but not essential. Contact us to register your interest.

The governance board at LGBTIQA non-profit, Twenty10 inc. GLCS NSW in Sydney

Board of Directors

  • Cristyn Davies – Co Chair
  • Philip Busfield – Co Chair
  • Sebastian Renes – Treasurer
  • Stephen Garofano – Youth Representative
  • Atari Metcalf – Ordinary Member
  • James Emmett – Ordinary Member
  • Martin Hunt – Ordinary Member
  • Julie Catt – Ordinary Member
  • Monique Schafter – Ordinary Member

Finance and Audit Sub Committee

  • Sebastian Renes
  • Stephen Garofano
  • Philip Busfield

Fundraising and Communications Sub Committee

  • Martin Hunt – Chair
  • James Emmett
  • Philip Busfield

The Board delegates management of the Association’s affairs to our Co-Executive Directors, Jain Moralee and Terence Humphreys.

Our Patron – Magda Szubanski

Twenty10 inc.GLCS NSW is proud and delighted to have Magda Szubanski as our Patron.

Volunteers with Magda Szubanski patron of LGBTIQA support service Twenty10 inc. GLCS NSW.
Our patron, Magda Szubanski was part of our Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade entry recently.
Patron, Magda Szubanski with LGBTIQA Youth at Twenty10 inc. GLCS NSW in Sydney.
Our patron, Magda Szubanski promoting Twenty10 inc. GLCS NSW's LGBTIQA support services.
I feel a real connection with the young people at Twenty10 and I admire their courage and resilience. I know many of them have had to face bigger obstacles in life than I have. I take being the Patron of Twenty10 to be more than a figure head and love to spend time with the young people. I’ll do whatever I can to make young LGBTIQA lives brighter. Magda Szubanski

Patron

Our Annual Reports

Twenty10 inc GLCS NSW’s annual reports offer a snapshot of our activities for the financial year (July to June). They include our programs, services, projects, events as well as the financial report for that period.

Help us make a difference 

Make a Donation

By donating, you can be confident that your money will be used to directly improve the lives of vulnerable or marginalised LGBTIQA+ people.

Easy Fundraising Ideas

Whether fundraising by yourself or with friends, at school or at work, you can make a difference. It’s fun and effective.

Leave a Gift in Your Will 

Help us fulfill our vision and create opportunities for future generations by leaving a bequest in your will.

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