Fundraising Event: Celebrating 25 Years as Toronto Pflag – Decades of Unconditional Love
We are excited to announce that we are planning a fun-filled evening on Nov. 17 to celebrate 25 Years of Toronto Pflag and Decades of Unconditional Love! Please join us.
A groundbreaking new poster campaign on Toronto’s transit system offers advice and support for parents who may be hearing the news that their child is lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT).
Mayor John Tory and councillors joined Toronto Pflag and special guest Dr. Alex Abramovich to raise the Pride flag at City Hall to mark International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia on May 17, 2016. It was a beautiful day, made even better by the introduction of Bill C-16 in Ottawa, which will guarantee legal and human rights protection to transgender people across Canada. Enjoy the photos and read the remarks by our president Anne Creighton. (Photo credits: Walter Krasilowez and Tania Grant)
A new poster campaign from LGBTQ advocacy group Toronto Pflag is sharing a positive message of inclusivity with the flash of a smartphone camera. The interactive posters have been shipped to approximately 120 middle and secondary schools and will start appearing in hallways this week.
Toronto Pflag's new poster asks students to see things differently when it comes to their LGBTQ classmates.
Parents, families, friends and allies of Toronto’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer community are proud to join with Mayor John Tory and other allies to proclaim the 2015 International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia
Powerful words from Toronto PFLAG chair Anne Creighton to mark International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia.Click here to read the op ed in the Toronto Sun:
Toronto PFLAG is pleased to announce a new Monthly Support Meeting in Toronto's west end, starting Tuesday, February 10th. See our support meeting page for details.
What was initially intended to be a local Toronto school campaign targeting those who use slurs, violence or any other mechanism to marginalize LGBTQ individuals, has garnered worldwide attention and generated a groundswell of demand for a ground-breaking poster series created by Toronto Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) and made possible through a donation of $20,000 by BMO Financial Group.