Senior Pride Network for 2sLGBTQI+ People Over 50

Come as you are and join people just like you!

Join SPNN’s Board and Make a Difference for Older 2SLGBTQI+ Communities!

 

SPNN is committed to fostering a supportive and inclusive environment for older and senior members of 2SLGBTQI+ communities in the Niagara Region. To continue our mission, we are actively seeking individuals to fill key roles on our board, including two Co-chairs, a Treasurer, and a Secretary. As a board member, you will have the opportunity to contribute your skills, passion, and expertise to make a meaningful impact on the lives of 2SLGBTQI+ seniors in our community.

 

Your involvement will play a crucial role in shaping SPNN’s initiatives, programs, and outreach efforts. If you or someone you know is interested in joining SPNN’s board, please submit a brief letter of interest and your resume to Niagara.spnn@gmail.com

 

The deadline has been extended to March 1, 2024.

We are the Senior Pride Network Niagara

Are you a senior gay/queer person feeling lonely and isolated and looking for friends? Maybe you’ve lived your life as a heterosexual person and don’t want to pretend any more. Senior Pride Network Niagara is a growing group of seniors connecting for fun and support. SPNN meetings are a safe space to find friends, celebrate your sexual and gender diversity and get information about services, such as health care, for 2SLGBTQI+ seniors.

 

SPNN consists of senior 2SLGBTQI+ citizens, their allies, and representatives of organizations providing services and programs to, with and for senior citizens in the Niagara Region.

 

The Network advocates for an increase and improvement of programs and services for older 2SLGBTQI+ people.

 

Join our Senior Pride Network Niagara group on Facebook and follow us on Instagram!

Dick Moore Honoured at the Pride Niagara Unity Awards

Senior Pride Network Niagara’s very own Dick Moore was honoured with the Ed Eldred Award at the 2021 PRIDE Niagara Unity Awards. Ed Eldred was one of Niagara’s beloved community activists. The award is given to a person who has made a real contribution to the 2SLGBTQ+ community in Niagara. Dick was not able to be at the event but the audience cheered loudly when his name was announced.