Our sponsors

Our sponsors are an integral part of Notts Pride. Their support ensures we are able to continue our important work and keep Notts Pride a free celebration of Nottinghamshire’s LGBTQ+ community. 

Here’s some information on our current Notts Pride sponsors

Sladen Estates our Headline Sponsor

Sladen Estates is proud to support Nottinghamshire Pride for the third consecutive year. We acknowledge that pride is not only a celebration of LGBTQ+ identity, but rooted in protest and demand for full equality. Therefore, it is imperative that pride continues as a safe space to fight for justice for LGBTQ+ people – past, present, and future.

Nottingham City Council

Capital One

The Nottingham Building Society

Nottingham Building Society is a financial service with over 175 years of experience in helping their members buy their own homes and save for the things that matter to them. We’re proud to be sponsoring Notts Pride for the first year. This builds on the progress that we’ve made internally with our Pride Network, celebrating and amplifying the voices of our LGBTQIA+ colleagues and allies. This signifies a step change in showing up for our colleagues and members who identify as part of this community, and we look forward to building further on this support.

IT'S IN NOTTINGHAM

Cartwright Communications

Cartwright Communications is a team of PR, digital and marketing experts that are based in Nottingham. They work to pull together creative, engaging, content-led communication strategies for their clients, and have been offering support to Notts Pride by creating social content and managing media relations. Cartwright Communications champions diversity and inclusion and promotes these values through its services. The team is excited about being able to help promote Pride across the city in 2023.

Boots

Nottingham has been the home of Boots for over 170 years, and we are thrilled to be supporting our local Pride once again. Boots stands for LGBTQ+ equity and inclusion in the workplace, celebrating LGBTQ+ excellence through our brands and platforms, with all of us working to advance LGBTQ+ equality in the community. We acknowledge that Pride is a reminder of the rights that have been won and those are yet to be afforded to the community globally – which is why it is so important that we are all on this mission, Together with Pride. Find out more about our year-round activity here

East Midlands Airport

About East Midlands Airport

East Midlands Airport (EMA), is the region’s gateway to mainland Europe, Eastern Europe and North Africa, served by airlines Ryanair, Jet2, TUI, Aer Lingus, Aurigny and Eastern Airways. Well over 4 million customers use the airport each year with it’s choice of more than 60 international and domestic destinations.

EMA is proud to celebrate the diverse and inclusive 700 colleagues that work at the airport. Diversity and inclusion are critical to ensuring an abundance of creativity, energy and dynamism in the workplace. And that’s why, at East Midlands Airport, we recently launched our LGBTQI+ Fly with Pride colleague support network and continue to run events throughout the year including celebrating Pride with colleagues. We are delighted to be a key sponsor of this year’s Nottingham Pride – and we can’t wait to see you there!

E.ON

E.ON Inclusion in all its forms is at the heart of E.ON life and we’re proud to be a place where our colleagues feel respected and valued for who they are. We’re delighted to be sponsoring the Notts Pride celebrations, having previously been at Birmingham Pride and the Main Sponsor of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Pride House last year. We want to be known as a welcoming organisation where everyone can be their true selves and feel supported. Our open-to-all colleague-led LGBT+ and Friends inclusivity network now has more than 600 members and is a great place for our employees to share their experiences and promote understanding and awareness across our entire organisation