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Nominations open for The Second Annual Legacy Awards!

Awards Ceremony May 4th - 6pm
Roundhouse Community Centre

Nominations Close March 1st

February 25, 2014 - Nominations for the 2nd Annual PRIDE Legacy Awards are now open. Please submit a nomination for a community member who should be recognized today. Nominations are closed on March 1st.

To nominate a community member, simply e-mail us at legacy@vancouverpride.ca with some basic information. Put the Award Category in the Subject Line. Tell us who you are nominating and why you are nominating them for this award.

Please review the awards categories before selecting an awards category: - See more at: http://vancouverpride.ca/news-post/nominations-open-for-the-second-annual-legacy-awards/#sthash.8qdg56wh.dpuf

Pink - Sexuality (Sexual Health+HIV/AIDS Awareness)
This award recognizes an individual whose work has promoted sexual health, or has supported individuals with HIV/AIDS.

Red - Life (Lifetime Achievement)
This award recognizes an outstanding individual whose work has enriched Vancouver's LGBTQ community. Individuals must have dedicated at least 10 years of volunteer service to one or more organizations that promotes one or more of the Vancouver Pride Society's core values.

Orange - Healing (Sports)
This award recognizes an outstanding individual whose work in sports has enriched, or raised the profile of, Vancouver's LGBTQ community.

Yellow - Sunlight (Community Superstar)
This award recognizes an outstanding individual whose work has elevated the profile and prominence of Vancouver's LGBTQ community.

Green - Environment (Safe spaces)
This award recognizes an individual whose work has promoted safer spaces in our schools, communities, and celebrations to ensure everyone can feel safe and be Proud.

Turquoise - Art (Art)
The award recognizes an outstanding queer artist whose work has created dialogue around a key social issue in Vancouver's LGBTQ Community.

Blue - Harmony (Community Leaders)
This award recognizes an outstanding individual that has dedicated endless hours as a committee or board member to create real lasting change in Vancouver's LGBTQ Community through their volunteerism. Eligible nominees include individuals who are currently serving, and individuals who have retired within five years of the award date.

Purple - Spirit (Youth)
This award recognizes an outstanding youth who embodies the Spirit of Pride. This award is intended to highlight the work of young people to promote Vancouver's LGBTQ community and create stronger, equal, communities.

If you know someone who deserves recognition for all that they do for the LGBTQ Community, contact:  Ldavies@vancouverpride.ca .

Source: VANCOUVER PRIDE SOCIETY



About The Vancouver Pride Society (VPS)

The Vancouver Pride Societybrings together members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Two-Spirited and Queer community, their friends, allies and supporters in celebration!

We represent the unique culture and spirit of our community by producing quality, inclusive events such as the Pride Parade and Festival. www.vancouverpride.ca


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