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LGBT YouthLine presents: YouthOrganize

Applications to add your group or yourself to YouthOrganize are NOW OPEN! Please complete this short survey to get started: JOIN YouthOrganize!

Check out their very first online discussion on Active Listening! Happening July 16th from 6-7:30pm EDT. RSVP here

Are you building (or are interested in building) 2SLGBTQ community where you live? LGBT YouthLine wants to connect with you!

Through the launch of the new program, LGBT YouthOrganize, the LGBT YouthLine hopes to connect with youth 29 and under in Ontario who are building community through starting your own youth groups, GSAs, events, or collectives.  Sometimes it can be hard to know where to start, or how to make your group or program the best it can be! YouthLine are here for you and are launching a new online space to connect with 2SLGBTQ youth across Ontario who are doing work in their communities.

Here’s what you’ll will be doing together:

For more info, check out their website here.

If you have any questions about YouthOrganize in the meantime, please contact Minna Frederick at or by phone at  416-962-2232 ext 228.

This project is made possible through the Pride and Remembrance Association.


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