Supporters of the CLGA gathered at the City of Toronto Archives April 20 to listen to John Lorinc, editor of “Any Other Way: How Toronto Got Queer,” talk about the transformation of Toronto by queer communities. The occasion was the annual Guardian Event, held to recognize and celebrate the support and commitment of our most generous donors.
Guardians are those individuals and organizations who generously commit at least $1,000 annually to ensure that the Archives can continue to cover the operational expenses necessary to acquire, preserve, organize and give public access to LGBTQ2+ stories – our treasures – for generations to come. Established in 1973, the CLGA is the largest independent organization of its kind in the world and we champion the need for an independent repository of our history, our stories and our records.
Would you like to help us with our vital work of Keeping Our Stories Alive? Please contact Caitlin Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-777-2755 for more information about making a financial contribution to the CLGA or visit our website at www.clga.ca to make a donation of any size, as a one-time gift or as a monthly contribution.