COMMUNITY ONE BLOG

Success Story: The Art of Blackness

BOUNTIFUL Pride, created by Ashley T, is a community initiative for Black-identifying folks within Toronto’s Queer and Trans communities ages 30 years and up. There are very few financially accessible community programs supporting anyone over the age of 29 as support is no longer needed after the age of 30. BOUNTIFUL Pride aims to bridge […]

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Success Story: Bigger Than We 2

We’re excited to be back sharing new success stories from our 2021 Rainbow Grant Recipients! The Bigger Than We Collective is an ad hoc group of Black queer artists and community activists who came together in 2016. The Collective’s focus is the use of various artistic forms to develop intergenerational creative experiences for members of […]

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Call for Board Members of Community One Foundation

Join us for a rewarding opportunity to build on over 40+ years of volunteerism and community building by donating your time and expertise/experience! Established in 1980, Community One Foundation provides grants to LGBTTIQQ2S community projects in Greater Toronto Area including Durham, Halton, Peel and York Regions, focusing on the areas of arts and culture, health […]

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Getting to Know You! Sam Katz, Community One Co-Chair and Board Member

Our final interview featuring members of our fantastic volunteer board is here. This week: get to know our Co-Chair and Board Member, Sam Katz, who has been a valued part of Community One Foundation since 2018! How did you first learn of Community One? I attended a fundraiser at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre in […]

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