Taylor McCaffrey comes out in support of Rainbow Resource Centre’s Spring Fling Gala

By Taylor McCaffrey LLP on 2018/04/12

Taylor McCaffrey LLP is proud to support individuals that identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, two-spirit and queer (LGBT2SQ) on Saturday, April 14 at Rainbow Resources Centre’s (RRC) 2018 Spring Fling Gala, Cirque du SoGay. Cynthia Lazar, Elizabeth Mitchell, Robynne Kazina, and Erika Day will be attending on behalf of the firm, and our firm are proud to be supporting an organization that offers crucial support and services to the LGBT2SQ community in our city.

As Canada’s longest continually-serving LGBT2SQ community centre, RRC offers counseling, peer support groups, professional development training, consultations for organizations and agencies, informative workshops/presentations, activities and programming for community members who are 55 plus, and so much more. RRC also has a youth program, which includes Peer Project for Youth (PPY) that allows LGBT2SQ youth to learn new skills and celebrate identities.

Presented by RBC, RRC’s Spring Fling Gala always has a fantastic lineup of entertainment and music and this year is no exception. Kim Chi from season eight of Ru Paul’s Drag Race will be the headliner for Cirque du SoGay, and the evening features performances by Big City All Star Band, Satina Loren, Tyra Boinks, Lita Takeela, Praire Sky and Pharoah Moans.

Tickets to Cirque du so Gay are sold out. Learn more about RRC’s other events here.

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