The PrideHouseTO Initiative is a comprehensive, province-wide engagement and activation strategy for the lesbian, gay, bi, trans, queer (LGBTQ) communities in Ontario during and leading up to the 2015 Pan/Para-Pan Am Games. The Initiative is a collaboration of over 12 organizations representing social services, education, government, labour, business and sport and recreation sectors and builds upon the tradition and success of Pride Houses during Vancouver’s 2010 Winter Olympic Games and London’s 2012 Summer Olympic Games… Read More
The PrideHouseTO Initiative will be delivered by a collaborative Leadership Team of non-profit and voluntary sector organizations under the framework of an established ‘terms of reference’ document. The Leadership Team appointed The 519 as the trustee organization and tasked The Centre with administrative and coordination roles that will enable volunteer leadership and grantor accountability, building on The 519′s established systems of governance, financial management and risk management. The project plan for PrideHouseTO is based on four pillars of programming led by Working Groups of volunteers. Three additional logistics groups, also made of volunteers, assist the entire team in their efforts to deliver the project… Read More
The PrideHouseTO project is lead by a Leadership Team of organizations from across the LGBTQ community including labour, education, social services, business and government. See the full list of our member organizations.