Win a Trip to Toronto's World Pride!
You are invited to share your Pride stories using the #MYWORLDPRIDE to be entered to win prizes including trips to Toronto’s WorldPride, happening June 20 – 29.
WorldPride 2014 Toronto launches the #MYWORLDPRIDE Project, inviting the LGBTTIQQ2SA* (LGBTQ) communities from around the world to share their stories of Pride, the movement and their celebrations.
Pride festivals across the world are local by nature, but each are connected to a much larger global movement focused on LGBTQ rights. WorldPride 2014 Toronto is providing an opportunity to link local movements simultaneously through the #MYWORLDPRIDE Project.
Using the hashtag #MYWORLDPRIDE, submit photos and videos encapsulating what Pride means to you, or images that capture your local Pride movement. Once a week from (May 27 – June 16) submissions will be curated by Pride Toronto. Winners will receive one of seven trips (flight and accommodation packages for two provided by Pride Toronto’s partner, Tourism Toronto) to attend WorldPride in Toronto.
See Tourism Toronto’s video in celebration of WorldPride: http://serenapr.us3.list-manage.com/track/click?u=2d06c388a6e5a20c781bf9d3f&id=b54aafe680&e=4d167a4a40
About WorldPride 2014 Toronto and Pride Toronto
WorldPride 2014 Toronto is an international celebration, taking place from June 20 – 29, 2014, that incorporates activism, education, and the history and culture of global LGBTTIQQ2SA communities. WorldPride 2014 Toronto is presented by Pride Toronto, producer of Canada’s largest annual festival of LGBTTIQQ2SA culture and human rights, under license from InterPride.
Pride Toronto is the not-for-profit organization that hosts the city’s Pride Festival, an annual event in downtown Toronto during the last week of June and one of the premier arts and cultural festivals in Canada. It is also one of the largest Pride celebrations in the world with an estimated attendance of over one million people. It celebrates the history, courage, diversity and future of Toronto's LGBTTIQQ2SA communities