THANK YOU

Thank you for making Pride London Festival 2013 the biggest and best Pride yet.

See you next year: July 19 - 27, 2014.

MEMBERSHIP

To become a member please fill out the Membership Form, so we have your contact information, then mail it and $10.00 to 186 King St Unit 30, London, ON N6A 1C7.

2013 PRIDE AWARDS

Congratulations to our winners!

Business/Organization: Regional HIV/AIDS Connection

Individual: Marcel Marcellin

Youth Rainbow Award: James Connelly

DONATIONS

If you would like to donate to Pride London Festival, please send cheques payable to Pride London Festival, 30-186 King St, London, ON N6A 1C6.

Your donations are greatly appreciated.

Thank you!

The Board of Directors
Pride London Festival

PRIDE LONDON FESTIVAL 2014

Saturday, July 19, 2014 to Sunday, July 27, 2014

PRIDE DANCE

July 26, 2014

OUTDOOR FESTIVAL IN VICTORIA PARK

Friday, July 25 to Sunday, July 27, 2014

PARADE

THIRD PARTY FUNDRAISING AGREEMENT

One of the many ways to support Pride London Festival is by planning and/or sponsoring an event to raise funds for us. This kind of activity is called a "third-party" fundraiser which is an event organized by an individual or external organization that coordinates and executes the event independent of Pride London Festival. The net proceeds are donated to Pride London Festival.

Pride London Festival’s primary mission is to provide an annual opportunity to generate celebratory, cultural, artistic and educational events which affirm the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual, transgender, and two-spirited people, and supporters through activities which promote unity, inclusion, and awareness of sexual and gender diversity.

A third party agreement must be signed and submitted for approval of the Board of Directors. Follow this link:
Pride London Festival Third Party Agreement

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ABOUT PRIDE LONDON FESTIVAL

About Us

MISSION:

To provide an annual opportunity to generate celebratory, cultural, artistic and educational events which affirm the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual, transgender, and two-spirited people, and supporters through activities which promote unity, inclusion, and awareness of sexual and gender diversity.

You can reach us via email at: info@pridelondon.ca with a message and a convenient time to call you and we’ll get back to you.

PHASE 1: Information Gathering (October – January)

If there were things about previous Pride’s which you liked or didn’t like, now is the time, now is the time to speak up! As we get closer to the event (July), it becomes more and more difficult to change what has been planned – so get involved now, have your say, and together we can make a great Pride London Festival 2013.

You can get involved by sending thoughts or comments via email: info@pridelondon.ca or you can volunteer by contacting the volunteer coordinator at bernie@pridelondon.ca and be part of the planning process and/or part of the execution of the events.

PHASE 2: Planning (January – June)

Although the information gathering stage never really stops, we have to start making decisions and developing firm plans by January. A good solid plan should result in good solid events!

We are working on tighter relationships with various groups in the city such as The City of London, RHAC, MCC, Downtown London, Tourism London. London Fringe Festival, London Chamber of Commerce etc. This year we have the time and the resources to meet and plan events with other groups around the city to ensure a more organized schedule – we want to make sure there are no conflicting events this year!

PHASE 3: The Events (July)

A fair amount of planning takes place during the months leading up to Pride, but it’s the month of July when a lot of the physical work begins. Events will begin on July 20 and run through until July 28, 2013.

It is important that the community be involved in this process – no question, comment, thought, or input will go unnoticed or unrecognized. If we know your concerns, we will try to address them.

Please feel free to email us anytime with your comments, concerns, and ideas.  Remember our email is info@pridelondon.ca.

RULES OF ENGAGEMENT

On our Website, we welcome and encourage differing opinions but ask that users respect the community and its individual members.

We will do our best to keep these pages appropriate but reserve the right to remove content if posts contain any of the following:

- Anything that is discriminatory, sexually explicit, obscene, libelous, defamatory, threatening, harassing, abusive or hateful

- Anything that is embarrassing or offensive to another person or entity

- Fraudulent, deceptive or misleading material

- Any materials that constitute spam or sends people to competitor sites

Posts found to violate the above Posting Rules may be removed at Pride London’s sole discretion.

Respectfully,
Your Board of Directors Pride London Festival

By-Laws

Pride London Festival By-Laws

  • These by-laws included the roles and responsibilities of the Executive

Minutes

Annual General Meeting Minutes – November 6, 2012

Community Meeting – March 21, 2012

History of Pride

People Who Have Made a Difference over the Years

Raising of the Pride Flag at City Hall by Gina Barber

HALO and PRIDE  by Richard Hudler

Pride 1992 by Stan MacKenize

TIMELINE | Same-sex rights in Canada

HALO Online Exhibition

The Hudler Archives

Stonewall Riots

Past Pride Guides

Take a step back in time and view our Pride Guide’s of Pride past:

Pride Guide 2004
Pride Guide 2005 (Lost if you have a digital copy please forward it to us)
Pride Guide 2006
Pride Guide 2007
Pride Guide 2008
Pride Guide 2009
Pride Guide 2010