Social group for trans/gender independent children and youth and their families/caregivers. We run a unicorn club drop-in for ages 6-12, a youth drop-in for 12-25 and a parents/caregivers group that meets at the same time in a separate space.
A drop-in group for LGBTQQ2SAI+ young adults. A chill, affirming and safer space for folks to gather socially and express creatively through activities, discussion and more. Offered in partnership with EGALE Youth Outreach (EYO). For more infortmation, contact Liz at email@example.com
Totally Outright is a free leadership program for young (18-29) cis & trans gay, bi & queer guys into guys interested in being healthy. The Location changes depending on Locations available
The Triangle Program hosts wonderful LGBTQ2+ youth who are in need of a smaller and safer space where they can find and build community. We strive to reflect our students’ experiences in an LGBTQ2+ and social justice-focused curriculum. We offer caring and flexible supports to help our students earn their high school diploma.
We are a high school program under the Toronto District School Board. We offer a lunch program, social worker supports, and free supplies and field trips.
PWA engages people living with HIV/AIDS in enhancing their health and well-being through practical and therapeutic support services and broader social change, and we inspire them to live into their dreams and discoveries.
Rainbow Chorus of Waterloo-Wellington is a community chorus that welcomes members of all genders, sexualities, and gender expressions - and allies of the LGBTQ+ community. We invite members from all levels of experience who enjoy singing a diverse repertoire of choral music, no audition required. We strive to create a supportive community for our members to join together in song and have fun. We promote inclusion and awareness of the LGBTQ+ communities of Waterloo-Wellington throughout concerts and community involvement. The Rainbow Chorus is a charitable; not for profit organization that depends on financial supports from its members, sponsors and communities.
The Pride Community Centre is a service of the McMaster Students Union. We provide a contact point for McMaster students that may identify as LGBTQ2SI+ but anyone may access our services. We provide one on one peer support, support groups, educational events, advocacy, and social events.
LGBT YouthLine offers confidential and non-judgemental peer support through our telephone, text and chat services. Get in touch with a peer support volunteer from Sunday to Friday, 4:00PM to 9:30 PM.
Supports provided to University of Ontario Institute of Technology active students