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2018-10-01 18:19:47 -0400
I am running a charity project with my school’s Gender Sexuality Alliance (
) to knit hats, mitts and a few pairs of socks for the shelter. It’s become more widespread than I’d thought when I first shared the idea. I know even with funding shelters can struggle with money, and warm clothing is very important in Canada. Hopefully, these hats will help, as LGBTQ+ youth need to feel wanted, protected and warm just like everyone else. I’m luckily able to live as I am, and I wish to use my privilege to help others in our community. If my crew can do anything else to help, please contact me
Love, Griffin and
2018-09-19 07:26:16 -0400
Am a gay by names of willis kabuye serving with us military in Afghanistan
as a contractor. In uganda i have tried my best to find a suitable ground but
all in vain. I have been always isolated in society and hunted . I decided to take
shelter in Afghanistan for some period of time. But this contract will end soon
in 2020. There fore i i kindly request for asylum in canada after my contract .
I will be very grateful if my tears are wiped.
2018-08-15 15:25:27 -0400
My name is Vanneth Kong, and I love and respect what the Eagle centre has been doing for the lgbtq+ community. Also, I’m looking forward to seeing the new upcoming centre, and its great services. I am a
/Founder of a startup called 2Any1 and our mission is to help people simplify the process to healthy eating and donating to great causes effortlessly at the same time. How it works under our project called “1-to-1” is that every meal plan purchased will be matched with a donation of a meal plan to feed a homeless youth living in a shelter. I thought I would love to get in contact to see if you would be interested in a collaboration/partnership with our “1-to-1” project.
If you have any further questions or want to arrange a meeting, please feel free to contact me.
2018-06-18 15:30:03 -0400
My name is Sinead and I live on Pembroke Street. I’ve been following the progress on the new Egale Centre and I look forward to seeing such a great new resource and hub continue to come to life. I’m also part of a start up called Woodsy. Our mission is to make use of the city trees that come down and currently go to landfill by connecting woodworkers with this beautiful hardwood, and also connecting local people and projects to local makers. From there, we’re going to contribute back to the green efforts in Toronto, creating a better cyclical model for our local trees!
I thought I would touch base to see if you might be interested in incorporating some local wood into the Egale Centre project. Whether it’s a feature wall, a boardroom table, a sculpture, or any other wood item you may be imagining in your plans, we’d love to collaborate.
Feel free to be in touch if you’d like to get together and chat more.