Join the Dyke March Team for 2014!

Dyke March Toronto: We Recruit!

Toronto is hosting WorldPride 2014*, which means Dyke March Toronto will be on a world stage. This is a big year for us, so we need your help!

We are seeking a diversity of lesbian, bi, and queer women as well as dyke-identified trans and 2-spirit people who like to help organize this year’s Dyke March. We need dedicated individuals who are interested in learning and engaging with Toronto’s Dyke Communities to help us stay accountable and relevant to our communities; engage in queer politics on a local, national, and international scale; and organize a year of events and projects leading up to World Pride 2014.

We need help with:

– graphic design

– administration

– volunteer coordination and outreach

– social media and blogging

– finance management

– activism

– community engagement

– event coordination

Ways to Apply

Fill out the application form online!


Come to our Volunteer Information Session!

Dyke March Volunteer Info Session
September 22, 2013
The 519, 519 Church Street
Drop-in between 2pm and 5pm

We will be there with snacks to answer your questions and take your applications!

***Deadline to Apply: Saturday, September 28, 2013***

*WorldPride 2014

“WorldPride 2014 Toronto (WP14TO) is an international celebration incorporating activism, education, and the history and culture of global LGBTTIQQ2SA communities. Highlighting Canada’s continued progress in human rights, WP14TO also celebrates the diversity and dynamism of Toronto, one of the world’s most progressive and livable cities. WP14TO will mark the first WorldPride celebration ever held in North America, and the fourth such festival in the world.WorldPride brings people together from around the world to honour our past, celebrate the present, and inspire a better future for LGBTTIQQ2SA communities everywhere.”

What does this mean for the Dyke March? Join our team to help us decide!


Email us:

Facebook: DykeMarch Toronto

Twitter: @dykemarchTO


About Kaitlin Blanchard

I'm a (queer) theorist, social justice activist, playwright, poet, graduate student, and general advocate that one needn't go very far to better the world for others. I was born in Canada and claim Vancouver as my home with a firm commitment to questioning the ideology of settler-colonialism that allows me to do so. I live and work on the traditional territories of the Haudenosaunee and Mississauga Nations and within the lands protected by the "Dish with One Spoon" wampum agreement.
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