March With Pflag in York Pride!
Come march with Pflag at the 2018 York Pride Parade in Newmarket! Stand proud with us as we celebrate gender and sexual diversity.
Click here for our Facebook event and confirm your attendance by selecting ‘Going’ in this event. Staging will occur at 2:30 PM. The parade will start at 3.00 PM and will take place between Ontario Street and Water Street.
More information will be provided as it becomes available.
Attend our Coffee Nights!
Join us the 4th Wednesday of each month at our new location to meet, share and seek support from Pflag volunteers and other members of the LGBTQ2 community and allies.
Time: 7:15 PM.
10909 Yonge Street
What is Pflag?
Pflag is York Region’s LGBTQ2 support, resource and education network – bringing together all members of the community. We are a volunteer-led community based organization servicing one of the fastest growing and multicultural regions nationwide.
Every day, our compassionate volunteers are contacted by frightened adolescents and by angry, fearful or confused parents and family members from all walks of life who have questions or concerns about sexual orientation or gender identity. Our dedicated volunteers are there for those in need when it seems no one else is!FIND OUT WHY PRIDE IS IMPORTANT
listen. share. connect.
Attend one of our monthly Coffee Nights to meet and receive support from Pflag volunteers and other members of the LGBTQ2 community and allies.
Join us the fourth Wednesday of every month (except December) at 10909 Yonge Street, Unit 203, in Richmond Hill, starting at 7:15 PM. It is a safe space for all. Coffee, snacks and social gathering to follow.
Whether you’re a LGBTQ2 person who is “coming out” to your family and friends, or a parent who has just learned that your child is gay, Pflag is here for you. No matter where you are on your journey, we can help.
*You do not have to register in advance. ASL interpreting is available with advance notice. Please contact us to make arrangements. Location is wheelchair accessible.Join us
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Pflag York Region is a registered community based organization, run entirely by volunteers. We rely on your donations to offer much-needed services to LGBTQ2 youth and their friends and family.
This includes our telephone support line, monthly support meetings, public education
campaigns and presentations in schools, workplaces and community settings
Make a one-time or monthly donation. Thank you for your support.Donate
Whether it’s becoming a long-term member or a short-term volunteer, there are many ways to get involved with Pflag. Help inspire change in the community!Volunteer
2018 Charity Gala Highlights
On Saturday, March 24 we hosted our most successful fundraising event yet!
The Stand Proud York Region Charity Gala, presented by KPMG, was once again the most colourful
celebration of the year, benefiting the LGBTQ2 community. With pride at an all-time high in
the Region, this event featured thrilling drag performances, the OUTstanding Achievement
Awards, live entertainment and MUCH MORE!
JOIN OUR TEAM
At this time, our team is looking to welcome new members to the Pflag family. This will help us continue to provide vital support services to the LGBTQ2 community, their families, friends and allies in times of need. We are accepting résumés for the following volunteer positions on our Board of Directors:
- Vice President [PDF]
- Treasurer [PDF]
- Secretary [PDF]
- Director of Governance [PDF]
- Director of Volunteers [PDF]
- Director of Events [PDF]
If you or someone you know is interested in inspiring change in the community, and experiencing a truly rewarding experience while helping others, than this opportunity is for you (or them!).
There are several ways to get in touch with Pflag York Region.
Call our anonymous support line at 1.866.YR.PFLAG (977.3524)
If this is an emergency,
please call 9-1-1
4630 Highway 7 East
P.O. Box 64530
Unionville, ON L3R 0M9
Attend a Coffee Night and speak with a Pflag York Region volunteer. Our meetings are held on the fourth Wednesday of every month (except December) at 10909 Yonge Street Unit 203 in Richmond Hill, starting at 7:15 PM.