About Our Needs
Sher Vancouver is a registered charity for LGBTQ+ people and their friends and families. Sher Vancouver hopes to reduce the alienation and discrimination of people dealing with sexuality, gender, and coming-out issues. Everyone is welcome!
Programs and Services
- Crisis Counselling Program
- Youth Leadership Award
- Peer Support Groups
- Intake, Information, and Referral
- Student Practicum and Mentorship Program
- Impactful and Informative Film Screenings
- Social Justice Film Production
- Developing Educational Community Resources
- Outreach Workshops
- Sher Christmas Volunteer Recognition and Cultural Gala
Sher Vancouver works to create safe spaces for vulnerable and marginalized LGBTQ+ people. We want to save lives and provide opportunities for LGBTQ+ people in our communities to have the support and assistance they need to grow, flourish, and reach their potential.
We acknowledge that we live, work and play on the unceded traditional homelands of the Coast Salish peoples.
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Official Website of our upcoming feature documentary - https://emergencefilm.net/
For Kayden, Jag, and Amar, awakening to and expressing their sexuality within conservative South Asian families was a lonely and terrifying experience. Denial, shame and despair haunted their youths, even threatening their lives. Yet, they’ve emerged. In the gripping feature documentary Emergence: Out of the Shadows, the disparate journeys of Kayden, Jag and Amar candidly converge around a shared sense of compassion and healing as they bravely convey their often heart-wrenching stories. Confronted with tradition and taboo in their Punjabi Sikh cultures, resisting silence, Jag’s parents and Amar’s mother choose love over rejection, offering courage and inspiration to individuals and communities struggling with acceptance. Tender, thoughtful and teary, Emergence: Out of the Shadows asserts a potent and transformative voice in support of marginalized queer youth and their families