As allies, we encourage you to research, follow, share, join, sign-up, advocate, learn, volunteer or donate to the community of organisations who represent, support and advocate for young people and trans and gender diverse communities.
While St Martins and Minus18 are the organisations creating and producing Escape Velocity, we are only a fraction of a wider community of organisations that supports LGBTIQ+ people.
Follow Escape Velocity social media to experience our films and performances, and to see more resources and ways to support — many created or provided by the organisations below.
If you are trans or gender diverse, questioning or unsure, these organisations are an excellent resource for you.
The Rainbow Network empowers services to provide safer, more inclusive services for young same sex attracted, intersex, trans and gender diverse Victorians.
Switchboard Victoria provides a peer-driven support services for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and gender divers, intersex, queer and asexual (LGBTIQA+) people, their families, allies and communities.
Zoe Belle Gender Collective
Zoe Belle Gender Collective (ZBGC) is a trans and gender diverse led advocacy organisation based in Victoria. Our Youth Project works with LGBTIQ+ and mainstream health providers to improve support for young trans and gender diverse Victorians and their families.
TGV is Victoria’s leading body for trans and gender diverse advocacy. We work to achieve justice, equity and inclusive service provision for trans and gender diverse people, their partners, families and friends.
Twenty10 works with young (12-25) LGBTQIA+ people in New South Wales. They offer housing, case management, counselling, outpatient and legal clinics alongside social groups, a Drop in space and events throughout the year. They also deliver inclusion and diversity training in schools, businesses and other services and are the state partner for Qlife – Australia’s free phone and web based counselling service for LGBTIQA+ communities.