These are some GRSD organizations in Manitoba that are ready to support the community in many ways.
Rainbow Resource Centre (RRC) offers support to the LGBT2SQ+ community in the form of counselling, education, and programming for individuals ranging from children through to 55±. It also supports families, friends, and employers of LGBT2SQ+ individuals.
The Imperial And Sovereign Court of Winnipeg and all of Manitoba, more commonly know as the SOMS, is a local chapter of the International Court System and was established in 1997 with the beginning of our 1st Baronial Reign.
Their goal is to provide Winnipeg’s Queer and Trans Black, Indigenous and People Of Colour, with safer spaces, resources, and a support network that recognizes the unique experiences and needs of the QTBIPOC community.
Out There Winnipeg (OTW) provides a healthy, inclusive, accessible and safe space for adult folks of the LGBT2SQ+ community and allies to meet, socialize, be active and have fun! Our sport and recreation activities include both cooperative and competitive environments that cater to everyone regardless of experience or skill level!
Reaching Out Winnipeg is a program that started in 2012 to promote resettlement of LGBT refugees and asylum seekers in Winnipeg and beyond.
Reel Pride is the annual Winnipeg and Manitoba film festival for US! Running for 6 days in October, they feature over 30 films and movies of every description!
Helping to build a strong Manitoba economy supported by, and supportive of, diverse communities.
Sexuality Education Resource Centre provides inclusive, non-judgmental education about sexuality. They believe that people have the right to accurate information on all their choices.
Sunshine House is a community drop-in and resource centre focusing on harm reduction and social inclusion. We work to provide programming that fulfills people’s social, community, and recreational needs. Participants can come as they are and are not expected to be “clean” or sober.
Dykes on Bikes® Winnipeg, CA Women’s Motorcycle Contingent is a registered non-profit organization committed to creating a local, national and international community of women motorcyclists and friends of women motorcyclists.
The Rainbow Lounge is a safe, social space, open to all students with an open and inclusive view of sexuality and gender diversity.