Hey!! P-10 hangouts this Thursday (jan 18th) will be from 3-6pm (not 1:30-6pm)
LGBTQ+ youth need a space to connect with peers, to talk openly about stigmatized topics, and find out about appropriate health and social services. For over 25 years, Project 10 has been creating safer spaces where youth can receive support, find one another, and define themselves–on their own terms.
Through our advocacy and accompaniment, we assist LGBTQ+ youth while they navigate resources that weren’t created with them in mind. We support youth as they explore and express their gender with our gender gear program, and break isolation by fostering peer support for and between youth. By finding community and receiving compassionate, knowledgeable support for their well-being, LGBTQ+ youth build confidence, discover their resilience, and learn skills they will carry for a lifetime.
The number of people accessing P10’s services has been increasing. In the next year, we hope to meet the demand for more skill-sharing workshops, to develop more programming, and expand our ability to advocate for and accompany youth outside our office.
This #GivingTuesday on November 28th 2017, we hope to raise $15 000 to jumpstart our total goal year end goal of $20 000.
#P10pcq #P10Because LGBTQ+ Youth still need you! on Crowdrise
Continue helping P10 by telling everyone why you support us with #P10Because…
Share a selfie and your message across social media, and tag us on Instagram and Facebook!
Here are some ideas to get you started:
- #p10Because building community means creating hope
- #p10Because wellbeing for all LGBTQ+ youth must include those who are also racialized, disabled, migrant, or poor
- #p10Because LGBTQ+ youth should feel unique, but not alone
Together, we are building a future where all LGBTQ+ youth feel supported, safe, and able to define themselves on their own terms.
Why do you give?
P-10 Winter Break – Congé P10 pour l’hiver
last Drop-in of 2017: 14 Dec
fermé du 15 déc – 8 jan // closed from dec 15th – jan 8th
Hangouts reopen Jan 9th // Hangouts de retour le 9 janvier
Drop-in Back Jan 11th – Drop-in de retour le 11 janvier
Our Bodies, Our Stories is an arts and performance training program for Queer & Trans, Black, Indigenous, People of Color (QTBIPOC) aged 16-24 in Montreal. The program is FREE, and STM tickets and meals are offered to the participants! Application closes on Nov 12!
Dear participants and community members.,
P10 is going to be temporarily closing support services between October 9th and 19th inclusively (with the exception of drop-in and Our Bodies Our Stories which will remain open). We are taking this time away from offering individual, telephone and online support and hangouts in order to work on some pressing needs in our organization. Drop-in will remain open, so participants, this is an opportunity connect at drop-in, swap some contact info, step up your support with each other and accompany each other to new resources. If you made an appointment during these upcoming weeks, email firstname.lastname@example.org to reschedule.
My name is Otto and I will be the new Fundraising and Finance Administrator at Project 10. I am a friendly but shy homebody who has been living in Montreal for the past 9 years. I started volunteering at Project 10 when I was an undergraduate at McGill and I’m excited to be back after a few years of gaining experience working for different nonprofits around the city. You can rely on me to answer questions about our budget or get that FUNdraiser planned! Now, because I’ve been out of the office for more than 5 years, I’m going to need your help getting re-oriented around here. Could you help me out by filling out this quick survey telling me what you love about P10?
Drop by our offices whenever we’re open, and don’t hesitate to come introduce yourself if I’m typing away at my computer. Even though I’m always busy, I am always up for a quick chat especially if you want to practice ASL or share kitty pics! And if that doesn’t work- call me, beep me, if you want to reach me! email@example.com or on our Admin line.
It’s so nice to meet you!
Hey everyone! I’m Jodie-Ann, the new Social Work intern from McGill. I’ll be here on Tuesdays from 12-6 and Thursdays for drop-in until April (YAYYY) if you all want to chat. I’ll be doing group activities and soon I’ll be taking individual appointments, too! I’m super into talking about gender, sexuality and race, and how they all come together. I’m also here to chat with you about relationships, school/work stress and other daily life stuff you may need to talk about. Come say hi!!
PS: I love cats so please bring me pictures of your cats if you have (or pictures of any cat, to be honest).
PPS: I love to write poetry so we can chat about that too if you want to know about places in Montreal to share your art.
Mondays: Closed (Admin Only)
Tuesdays: Hangouts 12pm-6pm, support available by appointment
Wednesdays: Hangouts 12pm-6pm, support available by appointment
Thursdays: No hangouts afternoon, Drop-in 6:30-8:30 pm
I’m Marion, newly intern in sexology for P10. I’m a soon-to-be bachelor at UQÀM, and I’ll have the chance to work with this wonderful team for almost a year (until april). Woohoo! I will do group activities, and will soon take individual appointments as well. I’ll be there if you have questions about sexual orientation, gender identity, contraception, sexual health, relationships, and sexuality in general, or if you just want to talk. My schedule is tuesday from 12:30 pm to 5:30 pm, wednesday from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm and thursday from 6:30 pm for the drop-in. Don’t hesitate to pass by! Hope to meet you!
P.S. : If you have questions about music, I’m a trained musician, so it will be a pleasure to answer you about that too!
Our admin line 514-989-0001 is back online! Give us a call! We pick-up admin calls Monday-Wednesday 12-6pm, and 1:30-5:30 on Thursdays.