A partnership to be proud of.

Consultancy partnerships with Blossom LGBT are designed to help you create a workplace culture that’s truly harmonious by enhancing LGBT inclusion, broader diversity and inclusion, and demonstrating your CSR.

Invest in a year of transformative consultancy

Our Annual partnerships offers a membership to our esteemed Diversity and Inclusion consultancy scheme, access to our logo to demonstrate your corporate social responsibility (CSR) and association with one of Surrey’s largest LGBT not for profits. Through this package, you will gain exclusive access to a wealth of knowledge, expert guidance, and tailored support to drive meaningful change within your organisation and create a culture thats truly one to be proud of. By choosing our annual package, you are making a long-term investment in creating a more inclusive and equitable organisation. Together, we will embark on a transformative journey that will positively impact your workforce, customers, and communities.


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Getting started

We don’t think finances should stop organisations from being inclusive, thats why we’ve made it simple to get started for as little as £1,000. Our basic membership gets you started, then you only pay for what you need. Included in the price of your annual membership is:

Example Bolt-Ons

We offer a full consultacy service meaning if it’s related to LGBTQ+ inclusion, we can do it. With that in mind we’d be listing our bolt on services all day. However, here’s our most popular services…

Policy Pack
Create inclusive HR policies that work for everyone.
Inclusive Recruitment
Remove biases from your recruitment processes.
Press & PR Support
Protect your public image if you’ve made mistakes or cope with hostile parties.

Skip the small talk!

Use this form to book in a video call your future consultant at a time that works for you. Alternatively you can click here to send us an email. 


Not Quite Sold?

LGBT inclusion is a crucial and valuable focus for workplaces for several compelling reasons:

  1. Diversity Drives Innovation: A diverse and inclusive workplace, including LGBT individuals, fosters a variety of perspectives and experiences. This diversity often leads to more innovative and creative problem-solving, as different viewpoints challenge the status quo and encourage fresh ideas.
  2. Talent Attraction and Retention: Inclusive workplaces attract a wider pool of talent. LGBT individuals are more likely to seek employment in environments where they feel accepted and valued, resulting in increased recruitment success. Additionally, creating an inclusive environment helps retain employees, reducing turnover and the associated costs.
  3. Better Employee Performance: When employees feel respected and supported for who they are, their job satisfaction and overall well-being improve. This positive atmosphere can lead to higher levels of engagement, motivation, and productivity, ultimately benefiting the organisation’s success.
  4. Enhanced Reputation: Companies that actively promote LGBT inclusion demonstrate their commitment to social responsibility and human rights. This commitment enhances the organisation’s reputation, fostering goodwill among employees, customers, investors, and the public.
  5. Legal and Ethical Responsibility: The UK Has laws that prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. Demonstrating LGBT inclusion is not only legally mandated but also aligns with ethical principles of fairness and equality.
  6. Market Reach and Customer Base: Inclusive workplaces are better equipped to understand and cater to diverse customer segments, including LGBT consumers. Businesses that embrace LGBT inclusion can effectively tap into these markets and strengthen customer loyalty.
  7. Mental Health and Well-being: LGBT individuals often face higher rates of mental health challenges due to stigma, discrimination, and exclusion. A supportive workplace can provide a sense of belonging and reduce stress, positively impacting employees’ mental health.
  8. Positive Work Environment: Inclusive workplaces promote a culture of respect, empathy, and understanding. This environment fosters strong interpersonal relationships, teamwork, and effective communication among employees.
  9. Employee Health and Happiness: Inclusive policies and practices lead to increased job satisfaction, which can contribute to improved physical and mental health among employees. Happier, healthier employees are more likely to be productive and engaged.
  10. Legal Compliance and Risk Mitigation: Companies that prioritise LGBT inclusion mitigate the risk of legal challenges and lawsuits related to discrimination and harassment. A proactive approach to inclusivity can help avoid legal and financial repercussions.

Incorporating LGBT inclusion into workplace practices is not only a morally sound decision but also a strategic one that benefits the organisation’s bottom line, its employees’ well-being, and society at large. It promotes a more just and equitable world while creating a positive and thriving work environment.

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