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Friends of Freddie

Although we’re quite a young organization, we’ve made some valuable friends along the way


At Freddie, we find it essential to be actively engaged and supportive of LGBTQ2S+ spaces. Our mission is to be a more accessible option for your sexual health needs, and that means supporting queer and trans communities however we can.

We take our responsibility working within this community very seriously, and as such are often looking to build connections. In short, Freddie wants to make sure that we remain not only accountable for providing affirming care, but also that we actively support queer and trans communities.

So, if your group or organization would like to connect about building a partnership (whether through events, sponsorship, or any other way that could support your work), feel free to get in touch with our Community Manager! You can contact Thomas Trombetta (he/him and they/them) at to chat more about how we can collaborate.

Some of our amazing partners


MAX offers individual, group, and community support and education services by and for guys into guys in the Ottawa region; working with the health care providers that serve them. Max envisions a community of self-affirming guys into guys caring for themselves, caring for each other, and enjoying complete health equity.


Centre for Sexuality is a nationally recognized, community-based organization delivering programs and services that work to normalize sexuality and sexual health across the lifespan. They have been leading the way in the areas of sexuality, healthy relationships, human rights, gender identity, sexual orientation, equality and consent for more than 40 years in the Calgary community.


(Team Freddie): Calgary Apollo Softball Association, offers a friendly, fun and social avenue to play softball and make great friends. All skill levels are welcome to participate.


Freddie is happy to partner with the wonderful folks at Dirt Squirrel! We’ve included some of their goodies in our care packages and collaborated with the on some PrEP content for their blog, check out their website and social media!


Today, the need for multi-lingual HIV/AIDS related services is just as important as it was over 25 years ago. And the importance of situating HIV within a culturally appropriate framework is vital for prevention education and support services to have a meaningful impact. ASAAP's work is focused on areas that many South Asians find uncomfortable facing, such as sexuality, sexual health and homophobia. The shame and guilt associated with conversations on sexual health impede access to information and fuel their work even today.

Liam Mackenzie

Liam Mackenzie (they/them) is an Edmonton-based queer, disabled, photographer. ​Liam's photographic motto is to photograph subjects as authentic as possible. Their work explores sexualities, identities, and stories through colour, movement, and illustrations. We were lucky enough to have Liam take our Freddie photos, so go give them a follow!

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