Spread the Love, a program created by the youth of Mulgrave Park is about changing perspectives. Residents of Mulgrave Park see their community as centered on family, unity, compassion, and strength. For many of Mulgrave Park’s residents, their home is misunderstood because its reputation is focused on a difficult history - one that doesn’t paint the whole picture or tell the story of the Mulgrave Park of today.
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Atlantic Drag Star is the biggest drag competition to hit the east coast and it's happening in support of Phoenix Youth Programs. CTV Morning Live's, Katie Kelly sat down with Atlantic Drag Star creator Vald Snytkin and host Glitter Gary. Click here to watch.
Peace by Chocolate will soon be selling their products in Sobeys stores across the country, including their special edition Pride Flag Bars while supplies last. A dollar from each Pride-themed chocolate bar will go to Phoenix Youth Programs. Learn more about this exciting retail announcement on CTV News.
The Nova Scotia Government announced a $1.5 million dollar investment in arts and culture projects through the Culture Innovation Fund. The Art Factory, a partner project between Phoenix Youth Programs and the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University (NSCAD), will receive $80,000.
Click to read the full story by NASCAD University Relations.