New $10,000 grant will support services for queer and trans immigrants
TORONTO, April 27, 2012 /CNW/ - Toronto Community One Foundation will be announcing and celebrating the recipients of the 2012 Rainbow Grants, including the inaugural RBC Community Rainbow Grant, at the Flying Beaver Pubaret on May 3, 2012.
This year, 18 grants will be awarded to a broad range of organizations and individuals in the Greater Toronto Area that support and embrace the diversity of LGBTTIQQ2S communities in the areas of education, health, human rights, arts & culture, research and (non-governmental) advocacy.
The event will be hosted by comedian and radio personality Maggie Cassella.
|What:||Media availability/photo opportunities with recipients of 2012 Community One Foundation Rainbow grants, at a celebration hosted by comedian and radio personality Maggie Cassella. http://www.maggiecassella.com/|
|| Flying Beaver Pubaret
488 Parliament Street, Toronto, ON
|| Thursday, May 3, 2012
About Community One Foundation:
Community One Foundation is an LGBTTIQQ2S foundation which provides grants to organizations for projects that enhance the development of the LGBTTIQQ2S communities in the Greater Toronto Area. Since being established as the Lesbian and Gay Community Appeal of Toronto more than 30 years ago, more than 1,000 important and innovative community projects have been supported through the generous contributions of our donors. More info at: http://communityone.ca/
About the Rainbow Grants program:
The Rainbow Grants Program provides much-needed resources to organizations and individuals that support and embrace the diversity of LGBTTIQQ2S communities in the areas of education, health, human rights, arts & culture, research and (non-governmental) advocacy. Grants are made to projects that will have a demonstrable impact on the broader community.
For further information:
Andrea Love, Event Chair and Community One Board Member
email@example.com or 416.868.4209