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Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights in Ontario (CLGRO)
Community One Foundation (formerly the Lesbian & Gay Community Appeal)
Durham Women’s Lesbian, Bi-sexual, transgendered group
Gay York Region
Halton Pride
Hamilton Pride
Inside Out
la Collective lesbiennes de l’Ontario
LEGIT-IGCL Toronto
Polish Gay & Lesbian Association
Pride Committee of Peel
Pride Durham
Pride Toronto General Committee
Rainbow Toastmasters
Russian Gay and Lesbian Association
Ten Oaks Project
The 519 Church Street Community Centre
Toronto Dyke March
Toronto GLAMS
Toronto LGBT Parent Matchmaker
Ukrainian Lesbian and Gay Association

Community One Foundation (formerly the Lesbian & Gay Community Appeal)

The Community One Foundation (formerly the Lesbian & Gay Community Appeal Foundation) has been supporting the GTA's LGBTTIQQ2 community since 1980. We raise funds through the generosity of individuals and businesses to provide much-needed funding for community-based projects and programs in the areas of education, health, human rights, arts and culture. We promote philanthropy for our community not only by providing grants but by raising the understanding of what philanthropy is: connecting good resources with great ideas and amazing people. Help us and we help the community.
Website: www.communityone.ca Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) Phone: T: 416-920-5422
Philip Wong, Executive Director Community One Foundation (formerly the Lesbian & Gay Community Appeal Foundation) PO Box 760 - Station F Toronto, ON M4Y 2N6


Durham Women’s Lesbian, Bi-sexual, transgendered group

Durham region's newest local women's group is looking for new members. Our Purpose: We provide a social, recreational, business and a networking environment for L/B/T women! Who are we? We are a confidential, non-threatening, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered women's group located in the Durham Region. We are a multi cultural based group of women from various backgrounds and stages in life. When do we meet? We meet at least once a month, exchange stories, give support and discuss the issues surround gay women in the Durham Region. Where do we meet? We meet in various locations around the Region. How do I get in contact? Send us an email!
Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)


Gay York Region

Gay York Region - promoting communication within the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered community of York Region.


Halton Pride

We are committed to enriching and educating the Halton Community through the celebration and affirmation of diverse lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered history, culture and lives. We're gearing up for Halton Pride Picnic 2003! Saturday June 7, 2003 12 pm - 6pm Bronte Creek Provincial Park. The Pride Picnic committee has become an official sub-committee of the Halton Anti-Homophobia Committee. More organizers and volunteers for the picnic sub-committee are needed.
P.O. Box 185, Waterdown, ON, L0R 2H0
Website: http://www.haltonpride.org/index.htm Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)


Hamilton Pride

Hamilton Pride Festival Inc. (hereinafter referred to as "the Corporation") is a not-for-profit Corporation whose function is to plan, organize and produce the Hamilton Pride Festival in the City of Hamilton celebrating the diversity, history, and achievements of our Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Communities during the month of June of each year. Women who love women make up an enormous part of Hamilton's LGBT community - a unique aspect of our community that separates us from many of the rest. Very few other metro centres enjoy such an equitable mix of genders in their LGBT populations. Despite this, HPFI still suffers from a lack of equitable representation - which signals that our events are not yet perfectly inclusive of women. Please join in the challenge to correct this inbalance, and offer your suggestions and input for change. Every year, HPFI organizes at least one event for women only. The goal of this event, as with all of our events, is to create a safe, informative, positive, joyous space that increases understanding and appreciation of ourselves, each other, and our community. Please join all the other women of our community in a night of fun and excitement.
256 Locke Street, Suite 152, Hamilton, Ontario L8P-4B9 Phone: (905) 526-1074 or toll free (888) 338-8278 Fax: (905) 524-0086
Website: http://www.hamiltonpride.com Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)


Inside Out

Inside Out is a non-profit charitable organization committed to the promotion and exhibition of film and video by and/or about lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) people. For fifteen years Inside Out has coordinated the annual Toronto Lesbian and Gay Film and Video Festival. We are dedicated to nurturing and supporting new and established artists through a variety of initiatives such as the Queer Youth Digital Video Project, John Bailey Film and Video Completion Fund and Mark S. Bonham Scholarship for Queer Studies in Film. Inside Out presents Canada's largest queer film and video festival, providing opportunities for audiences to view the best and most diverse Canadian and international work of interest to the LGBT communities.
401 Richmond St. W., Suite 219, Toronto, ON M5V 3A8. Phone: 416.977.6847.
Website: www.insideout.ca Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)


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