Each year, the Pride and Remembrance Association selects charitable organizations that support the LGBT community.
The 2017 Pride and Remembrance Run beneficiaries are:
Fife House Transitional Housing Program
Fife House provides secure and affordable supportive housing and support services for people living with HIV/AIDS to enhance quality of life, build on individual strengths and promote independence.
Canadian Centre for Gender and Sexual Diversity Gay-Straight Alliance Forums across Ontario
The Canadian Centre for Gender and Sexual Diversity works in schools and youth communities to stop bullying and discrimination by holding forums, workshops, training and providing ongoing support. This organization aspires to support and transform Canadian and indigenous communities from coast to coast to coast in a shared vision of a discrimination-free gender and sexually diverse world.
Casey House – Rebuilding Lives Day Health and Wellness Program
Casey House is a specialty hospital that provides compassionate health care to those living with medically complex experiences of HIV/AIDS. In an effort to improve patient services Casey House is building a new health care facility and introducing a Day Health and Wellness Program.
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.