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Pride in London is run entirely by volunteers. Some of us work on short-term projects or campaigns - and some of us work all year round as part of the core team. Taking part is an incredible experience and we’d love you to join the team.

Our Culture

Our volunteers are driven and passionate about what they do. Putting on one of London's largest one-day events requires dedication and perseverance. 

Although a lot of our work is completed remotely, there will be plenty of opportunities to meet with your team and others throughout the year to not only plan what's ahead but to socialise too. 

We're looking for enthusiastic people to join the organisation so we can provide a platform for every part of London’s LGBT+ community. 

Volunteer with us

As a steward

We have hundreds of stewards who volunteer at events during the fortnight around Pride. It's a great way to make friends, learn new skills and make a difference. If you'd like to volunteer as a steward on the day in 2021 then please apply now and we'll get in touch with more information.

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Year round

We're always looking for volunteers to join our year-round core team. All applications for these roles will need a CV and covering letter.




Stonewall riots

Takes place in Greenwich Village, New York City and is considered the most important event leading to the gay liberation movement and the modern fight for LGBT rights around the world. 

First Pride, New York City

The first parade is held on the 28th of June 1970, exactly one year after Stonewall riots. 

Beginning of London Pride

With over 2000 participants walking through Highbury Fields in North London is the beginning of what Pride in London is today.  


Taking place months after the introduction of same-sex marriage, Pride in London 2015 parade focused on #FreedomTo. Organisers asked LGBT+ Londoners to consider what they felt they should have the freedom to meant to them.


In 2015, Pride in London celebrated the LGBT+ figures of the day and throughout history with #PrideHeroes.

Love Happens Here

The #LoveHappensHere campaign came in two parts, with the first phase drawing attention to stories of anti LGBT+ hate crime and the second phase in which a new set of stories is released focused on positive LGBT+ relationships and events within the London to demonstrate that "Love Happens Here".


Pride in London called on people to share their #NoFilter moments and live every day like it was Pride in London. 

#NoFilter Advert

Ian McKellen, Sophie Ward and Graham Norton are among the celebrities taking part in the Pride in London's first televised advert, which encouraged members of the LGBT+ community to express themselves with #NoFilter.

Awarded for services to volunteering

Pride in London was awarded The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. The award, created by The Queen in 2002 to celebrate the anniversary of her coronation, recognises excellence in voluntary activities carried out by groups in the community.

Pride Matters

Pride in London sought to demonstrate the need for a continued social movement in support of LGBT rights and equality.

Pride Jubilee

50 years after the Stonewall riots, Pride in London marked the Pride Jubilee. As part of the celebrations we remembered 50 years of activism, protests and victories that have made our movement what it is today.

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