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ANNUAL REPORT

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Calgary Pride aims to create spaces that ensure 2SLGBTQ+ belonging and celebration.

2021 was a year marked by transformation, new opportunities, and pride. Throughout the year, Calgary Pride prioritized organizational growth and change.

This summer, the urge to connect in person was stronger than ever, and we happily welcomed folks for five days of pride programming the B!G ART Drive-in at TELUS Spark. Please check out the 2021 Annual Report to learn more about organizational change and our programming!

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SOCIAL MEDIA IMPRESSIONS

$25K

RAISED THROUGH #OURPRIDE INITIATIVES & ONLINE AUCTION

221

PARTICIPATING LGBTQ2S+ ARTISTS AND ENTERTAINERS

1140

VOLUNTEER HOURS FROM 125 VOLUNTEERS
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2020 WAS A YEAR UNLIKE ANY OTHER, BUT OUR CALGARY PRIDE COMMUNITY CAME TOGETHER.

We turned 2020 into a year of service and learning. You got virtual, and you got creative, re-imagining Pride programming that kept our community safe and connected.

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1.75M

WEBSITE HITS

$25k

RAISED THROUGH #OURPRIDE

238

PARTICIPATING LGBTQ2S+ ARTISTS AND ENTERTAINERS

2.5k

VOLUNTEER HOURS FROM 130 VOLUNTEERS

This was a big year for Calgary Pride, and we’d love to share all the great things that happened in our community!

From conferences and library story times, to the largest ever Calgary Pride Festival and Parade, we hope you’ll be as excited as we are about the success of 2019! Check out the 2019 Calgary Pride Annual Report to learn more.

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100K

TOTAL ATTENDANCE

177

PARADE EVENTS

3.8K

VOLUNTEER HOURS

505M

TOTAL MEDIA REACH

The 2018 year was another banner year for the “fastest growing Pride” in Canada as we saw tremendous growth over 2017.

With upwards of 75,000 attendees and participants, we are quickly becoming one of Canada’s largest Pride festivals. Check out the 2018 Calgary Pride Annual Report to learn more.

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75K

TOTAL ATTENDANCE

191

PARADE EVENTS

110

Marketplace Vendors

1.5K

Volunteer Hours from 263 Volunteers

Our 2017 year was a banner year for Pride in Calgary.

The festival experienced tremendous growth, including a transition from Shaw Millennium Park to Calgary’s premier outdoor festival venue, Prince’s Island Park. We had record attendance and participation, and tackled important and challenging conversations in the Gender and Sexually Diverse (GSD) community. Check out the 2017 Calgary Pride Annual Report to learn more.

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60K

TOTAL ATTENDANCE

176

PARADE EVENTS

114

Marketplace Vendors

60

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