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The Community Leader Sponsorship is an incredible opportunity for businesses to give back to the greater community. Sponsors select a community group to partner with, and their support goes towards ensuring that the Live Art Dance season remains accessible to the community through tickets. A great way to share the gift of dance with important members of the community!
Since 1991, Office Interiors has been providing Atlantic Canada with office furniture and office technology. Throughout the region, its more than 100 employees design, install, and furnish productive workplaces and deliver office technology solutions from multifunction copiers, printers, scanners, and productivity software to integrated phone systems. Office Interiors has been awarded the Consumers Choice Award for both Office Furniture and Office Equipment for 12 consecutive years. Learn more at www.OfficeInteriors.ca.
Laing House is a nonprofit organization with a focus on empowering young people aged 16-29 who have lived through a mental health experience.
For over twenty years, Laing House has been proudly creating communities centring on peer support, mutual encouragement, hope and recovery guidance. With our flagship location in our heritage property in the heart of downtown Halifax, a satellite location in Yarmouth, and a wide range of services offered via our Laing Online platform, Laing House offers accessible mental health support for our members across the province.
“Supporting our communities is a Core Value at Office Interiors. We feel it is important as an organization that we support the communities in which we work, live and play. That is why we are proud to support Laing House and Live Art Dance. Each organization plays an important role in either providing access to peer mental health support and resources or facilitating excellent local performative art.” – Office Interiors
Anne Pryde is a certified Green Home Specialist and Realtor with Domus Realty who calls North End Halifax home. A graduate of NSCAD University, Anne honed her business and community leadership skills as a potter and community organizer, learning the value of detail, dedication and professionalism.
Her creative approach to marketing and sales will ensure your home gets the results it deserves. Anne’s commitment to honesty and dedication to clients are core values along with supporting local businesses, environmental responsibility, and healthy living. It’s not unusual for Anne to arrive at a meeting by bicycle or on foot.
The Youth Project
The Youth Project’s mission is to make Nova Scotia a safer, healthier, and happier place for 2SLGBTQIA+ (Two Spirit, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/ Questioning, Intersex, Asexual, +) youth through support, education, resource expansion and community development. The Youth Project has been proudly providing resources to the 2SLGBTQIA+ community for 29 years, since 1993. The Youth Project is a multiservice organization hosting an education team, programming team, and support services worker with an aim to further the inclusion and wellness of youth, foster 2SLGBTQIA+ knowledge exchange/training, increase access to affirming healthcare for Two Spirit, trans and non-binary youth, and provide supportive social programs, services, celebrations for youth provincially.
“I am very excited to be a Live Art Dance Community Sponsor for the 2022/2023 season.
When the opportunity arose to contribute to the success of this season’s performances, and offer support to The Youth Project it felt like a double whammy of goodness. The Youth Project is a wonderful organization supporting LGBTQ2AI+ youth at a time when so many of our kids are finding that their truth does not conform to cishet expectations. They are an incredible resource for families and kids learning to support each other as systemic and powerful barriers are dismantled. This movement is a positive step forward but can sometimes feel scary and unsafe. In those scary, lonely and unsafe moments, LGBTQ2AI+ youth have a welcoming, safe and affirmative community in The Youth Project programs, volunteers and staff. I am incredibly grateful to have the privilege of supporting two organizations that have a legacy of contributing to the cultural progress taking place in Halifax in a significant way.” – Anne Pryde