$955.81 Goal: $2,000.00
Help support LGBTQ initiatives through the Pride and Remembrance Run!
100% of your gift will go towards the Pride Run’s 2018 beneficiaries. These projects and initiatives will benefit thousands of people in the community and will not happen without your support
●Women’s College Hospital Foundation: The Transition-Related Surgery Compassionate Fund will help offset the significant additional costs incurred by trans people as they complete their transitional surgeries at Women’s College Hospital.
●LGBT Youth Line: LGBT Youth Connect aims to address the lack of support and resources for 2SLGBTQ grassroots groups and youth leaders across Ontario, especially in rural and suburban areas, through a centralized web-based hub for peer networking, skill-sharing, collaborations, and resources.
●Canadian Lesbian Gay Archives: The Digital Hub Project will address the currently outdated and inefficient cataloguing databases with one single digital database. This new database will enable researchers and members of the community to access the CLGA’s collections online and will provide new opportunities for exhibitions and greater access.
●The Pride and Remembrance Foundation: The Foundation’s mandate is to provide financial support to registered charities that benefit the LGBTQ2+ community.These benefits may include individual projects, services and/or activities that provide health, educational, legal, social athletic, cultural or other charitable benefits.
We're participating in the 2018 Pride & Remembrance Run
You can help support us by making a secure online donation using your credit card. For more information on how YOU can participate in the 2018 Pride and Remembrance Run, please visit us at www.priderun.org. Thanks for your support!
Click on one of our team members below to make a donation.
|Jun 30||Abby in Seattle||$105.65|
|Jun 24||Lee Schofield||Undisclosed amount|
|Jun 23||Austin Kiyomiya||$10.57|
|Jun 22||Greg Blanchard||$31.70|
|Jun 22||Timothy Pearson||$105.65|
|Jun 22||Kevin Levesque||$52.83|
|Jun 22||Mark Jungamann||$10.57|
|Jun 21||Rob Spanton||$105.65|
|Jun 20||Wesley Stone||$52.83|
|Jun 20||Robert Stoll||$105.65|