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Beneficiaries announced for the 21st annual Pride and Remembrance Run

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Toronto, Ontario (February 16, 2016) — The Pride and Remembrance Association is proud to announce the following four organizations as beneficiaries of Toronto’s 21st Pride and Remembrance Run: The 519, AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT), Rainbow Railroad and the Pride and Remembrance Foundation.

The Pride and Remembrance Run is an annual tradition promoting and fostering community spirit, goodwill, volunteerism and sportsmanship in the LGBTQ+ community. The annual five-kilometer run/ three-kilometer walk will be on Saturday, July 2, 2016.

The run coincides with Toronto Pride, which is devoted to the celebration and support of Toronto’s diverse LGBTQ+ community. It is also the largest running event of its kind in Canada and considered to be the most fun run of the summer.

Over the past 20 years, the Pride and Remembrance Association has raised over $1.1 million for local charities that support the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBTQ+) community.

The 2016 Pride and Remembrance Run beneficiaries are:

ACT ’s Positive Youth Outreach Program (PYO )

ACT’s Positive Youth Outreach Program supports young people between the ages 16–29 who are living with or at increased risk for HIV. PYO supports participants in obtaining a happier, healthier life where they are engaged and active in their communities.

The 519’s “Not Alone…” Program

The 519’s “Not Alone – A Collective Response to Sexual Violence Within LGBTQ Communities” program will build trauma-informed services through a series of targeted support interventions for LGBTQ survivors of sexual violence.

 Rainbow Railroad

Rainbow Railroad’s ongoing efforts provide financial assistance, information and other resources to enable at risk LGBT individuals to travel to safer countries where they can seek asylum. Proceeds from the year’s Run will directly help five asylum seekers find freedom from persecution.

 Pride and Remembrance Foundation

The Pride and Remembrance Foundation is the charitable foundation responsible for the distribution of funds raised by the annual Pride and Remembrance Run. The Foundation’s mandate is to provide financial support to registered charities that benefit the LGBT community. The Foundation accepts applications for financial assistance from registered charities throughout the year.  More information can be found at:  http://priderun.org/foundation

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For more information regarding the Pride and Remembrance Association or the Pride and Remembrance Run, please contact Neil Halper or Sabrina Greco at communications@priderun.org

For more information on the Pride and Remembrance Foundation, please contact Alan Belaiche at foundation@priderun.org

 

Call for Beneficiary Applications for the Annual Pride and Remembrance Run

The Pride and Remembrance Association is now accepting beneficiary applications from registered LGBTQ charities for the 2016 Pride and Remembrance Run. The run is a 5K Run / 3K Walk held annually during Toronto’s Pride Week.

The Pride and Remembrance Run is the largest event of its kind in Canada and is among the most popular running events in the Toronto area. Over the years, Pride Run participants have raised over $1,000,000 for LGBTQ Charities.

Interested in applying? Get this year’s application and process guide now!

Please email the completed form to info@priderun.org by the deadline of 11:59pm, November 30, 2015.