A total of £2.6 million has been awarded to the LGBT charity groups as a part of the Government’s LGBT Action Plan to mark the LGBT History Month. Barnardo’s, Diversity Role Models, EqualiTeach, the National Children’s Bureau, Stonewall, and the Diana Award will split £1 million between them as they have a common goal of protecting queer kids from being abused and bullied. Meanwhile, Consortium has been given £200,000 to deliver training to LGBT+ organizations, and they will also distribute £400,000 to voluntary and community groups across the UK. Barnardo’s is a children’s charity that also works with LGBT+ youth. Diversity Role Models tackles anti-LGBT+ bullying, and EqualiTeach provides training and support in the education sector. The National Children’s Bureau champions the rights of children, and Stonewall works to improve the lives of LGBT+ people by campaigning for their rights. The Diana Award was set up in memory of Princess Diana and works to improve the lives of the young LGB T+ British population.