Fight for LGBT Human Rights and volunteer with Fierte Montreal Pride!

by BR on March 8, 2017 - 3:39pm

If you want to make a better world and you feel like you want to create a bond in society no matter what race, gender, and sexual orientation you are, this is your time to do it.

This is a life opportunity that even if we are students and we have a lot to do, we could get an extra education on how to respect and promote LGBT human rights learning from experiences that an awesome organization provides you while having a good time.

The organization that I recommend you is my organization #3 that is called Fierte Montreal Pride. Their purpose is to support and promote local LGBT communities while inspiring people around the world who continue to battle injustice.

Fierte Montreal Pride creates a parade every year to sustain their goal, and luckily they allow you to experience some real time with them while helping organizing and being part of the Canada Pride Montreal 2017 scheduled for Sunday August 20th.

Most of you most think that volunteering is not as fun as it sounds, however, in this organization you have the chance to meet awesome and inspiring people that has fought through their entire life to promote equality and prosperity. Not only that but also, it is a fun place to be. You will have lots of activities, music and floats from hundreds of local sports teams, cultural and community groups as well as other gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender organizations.

However, if you feel like the pride is too much for you as a volunteer you could also help in the Community day scheduled for Saturday August 19th from 11AM to 5PM.

So if you think this is your time, go ahead and go to their website where you can register in Kindness connect and then choose the volunteering options that works best for you.

http://form.zonefestival.com/?k=fmp_v1ls

Also, if you would like to see their work and everything that you could do in the pride, go to their website:

http://www.fiertemontrealpride.com/en/

 

 

About the author

BR

I. My name is Beth.
I am from Venezuela and I have been in Montreal for 3 years. I am someone who loves music and sports. I love experiencing new cultures which means meeting new people who can teach me something interesting about themselves.