Our hearts overflow with gratitude as we reflect on the incredible individuals, businesses and organizations who have shown Pride Grand Falls-Windsor their unwavering kindness. We are happy to express our deepest appreciation to every one who has lent a helping hand and contributed to the advocacy of rights, freedoms, safety, inclusion, and equality.
To each and every one of you, our heartfelt thanks - Your support has been the backbone of our endeavors, breathing life into the meaningful work we passionately pursue. As we navigate the journey of fostering inclusivity and understanding, your acts of kindness serve as beacons of inspiration, guiding us toward a brighter and more compassionate future.
Each gesture has played a pivotal role in shaping the warmth and acceptance that defines our shared space.
As the year draws to a close, we stand in awe of the collective impact created by your generosity. In acknowledging the power of community and the beauty that arises when hearts unite for a common cause, we recognize that Pride Grand Falls-Windsor thrives because of folks like you.
Together, we've woven a tapestry of inclusivity and kindness that will endure beyond the passing of this year, leaving an undeniable mark on the heart of our community.
Kay Snow with Autism Society, Newfoundland & Labrador
Corduroy Brook Nature Centre & Trail - Jean Tremblett & Tiffany Hanhams
Kerri Anne Boone
Exploits Women Drummers
Birdie the dog & Sarah MacLeod
Queens street dinner theatre
CBC Newfoundland Morning Hillary Johnson
Jamie Howell (Mental Health & Addictions- Central Health)
Robin Gosse & Ashley Gosse
Denise & Phil Kelley
Volunteers for painting the cross walk (I’m sorry I didn’t get a list of names )
Those who attended our counter protest in September
Everyone who shares, likes and engages with our posts to reach more people
Please, if we have left anyone out, know that we truly appreciate you and encourage you to email us so we can add you to the list.