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Community Donations



AIDS COMMITTEE OF WINDSOR
The Windsor-Essex Pride Fets made a financial contribution in 2015 to the AIDS Committee of Windsor's "Young & Proud" program.

Young and Proud is a safe and affirming support group for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, queer, questioning, intersex, 2-spirit, pansexual, asexual (LGBTQ) and allied youth aged 13-18. We promote the health and wellbeing, and empowerment of LGBTQ youth in Windsor-Essex. We believe in the strengths and assets of LGBTQ young people and encourage youth to gain leadership skills and contribute to both the LGBTQ community and the larger Windsor-Essex community.

AIDS Committee of Windsor
511 Pelissier Street
Windsor, Ontario, 
519-973-0222
www.aidswindsor.org
 


 

BELLE RIVER DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL GSA
The Windsor-Essex Pride Fest made a financial contribution in 2015 to Herman Secondary School GSA Program.
 
The money was used by the GSA in any way it saw fit in providing a safe place for students to meet, support each other, talk about issues related to sexual orientation and gender identity and expression, and work to end homophobia and transphobia.

333 South Street
Belle River, Ontario, N0R 1A0
Phone: 519-728-1212
Contact:
Larry Ash, Principle or GSA Coordinator







 
COMMUNITY CRISIS CENTRE
The Windsor-Essex Pride Fest made a financial contribution in 2015 to the Community Crisis Centre.

The Community Crisis Centre is a partnership of area hospitals and social organizations committed to providing 24-hour crisis response services to residents of Windsor and Essex County who are experiencing serious mental illness and/or acute psychosocial problems.
  
A variety of services are provided to reach individuals in crisis, including a 24-hour crisis phone line, 24-hour walk-in service at the Emergency Department at Windsor Regional Hospital – Ouellette campus, a mobile crisis response team, follow-up crisis counseling and referrals, and suicide prevention education programs.

Windsor Regional Hospital, Jeanne Mance Building
1030 Ouellette Avenue
Windsor, Ontario,
519-973-4435
www.hdgh.org/crisis



 

FAMILY SERVICES WINDSOR-ESSEX
The Windsor-Essex Pride Fest made a financial contribution in 2015 to Family Services Windsor-Essex.

Family Services Windsor-Essex provides a variety of different programs and services to enrich the community we live in by focusing on the needs of the people in it. It offers services for men, women, children, the LGBT community, people with disabilities, as well as seniors and their caregivers. These services are designed specifically with people in mind to help strengthen their relationships with themselves and the people in their lives by helping them manage all areas including Counselling, the Adult Protective Service Worker Program, Employee Assistance Program, Client Intervention Program and many more.
 
For more information on Family Services Windsor-Essex contact them at:
 
Family Services Windsor-Essex
1770 Langlois Avenue
Windsor, Ontario, N8X 4M5
519-966-5010

GEORGE HANNAH RED SCHOLARSHIP
In 2015, the Windsor-Essex Pride Fest established the George Hannah Red Scholarship Award, which is a $1,000 scholarship to be awarded to a student attending St. Clair College regardless of sexual orientation or identity who has demonstrated their motivation in making a difference in the community in promotion of equality and diversity.

Samantha Grant and Meagan Park both received scholarships for their leadership and commitment to the in the promotion of equality, diversity and swareness of LGBTTIQ issues.

 



 

HERMAN SECONDARY SCHOOL
The Windsor-Essex Pride Fest made a financial contribution in 2015 to Herman Scondary School GSA Program.

The money was used by the GSA in any way it saw fit in providing a safe place for students to meet, support each other, talk about issues related to sexual orientation and gender identity and expression, and work to end homophobia and transphobia.

1930 Rossini Drive
Windsor, Ontario, N8W 4P5
Phone: 519-944-4700
Contact:
Josh Candy, Pronciple or GSA Coodinator


 


RIVERSIDE SECONDARY SCHOOL
The Windsor-Essex Pride Fest made a financial contribution in 2015 to Riverside Secondary School GSA Program.
 
The money was used by the GSA in any way it saw fit in providing a safe place for students to meet, support each other, talk about issues related to sexual orientation and gender identity and expression, and work to end homophobia and transphobia.
 
8465 Jerome Street
Windsor, Ontario, N8S 1W6
Phone: 519-948-4116
Contact:
Tony Omar, Principle or GSA Coordintor

 



 
WALKERVILLE COLLEGIATE GSA
The Windsor-Essex Pride Fest made a financial contribution in 2015 to Walkerville Collegiate GSA Program.
 
The money was used by the GSA in any way it saw fit in providing a safe place for students to meet, support each other, talk about issues related to sexual orientation and gender identity and expression, and work to end homophobia and transphobia.

2100 Richmond Street
Windsor, Ontario, N8Y 1L4
Phone: 519-252-6514
Contact:
Dave Garlick, Pronciple or GSA Coordinator



WINDSOR YOUTH CENTRE
The Windsor-Essex Pride Fest made a financial contribution in 2015 to the Windsor Youth Centre.

The Windsor Youth Centre is a Drop-in centre for youth who are homeless or at risk of homelessness in the Windsor-Essex community. They provide a safe and friendly atmosphere for homeless and at-risk youth including LGBTT youth with the aim to foster positive change and growth and to meet the basic and immediate needs of homeless youth including the following:

- Hot meals provided 
- Laundry facilities 
- Distribution of toiletries and underwear 
- Referrals to other social service agencies 
- Use of computers 
- Homework and resume help 
- Safe place to spend evenings from 5pm-10pm
 
For more information on the Windsor Youth Centre, please contact:
 
Windsor Youth Centre
1321 Wyandotte Street East
Windsor, Ontario, N9A 3K8
Phone: 226-674-0006
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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