Community Living Ontario is a confederation rooted in a strong network of individuals who have an intellectual disability, families, friends, developmental service organizations, and community partners. We imagine a world where everyone belongs, where ‘Together We’re Better.’
Become a Friend of Community Living Ontario
Becoming a Friend of Community Living Ontario is a way to strengthen your connection to a social justice movement that is advocating for, promoting, and facilitating the full participation, inclusion and citizenship of people who have an intellectual disability.
As a Friend of Community Living Ontario, you will be entitled to:
- Put your name forward to become a member-at-large of the Community Living Ontario Board of Directors, which is elected annually by a vote of members at the CLO Annual General Meeting;
- Bring forward proposed resolutions to the Community Living Ontario Annual General Meeting;
- Bring forward proposed by-law amendments to the Community Living Ontario Annual General meeting.
To become a Friend of Community Living Ontario, you must be over 18 years of age and affirm your commitment to the values and objectives of the association. Sign up here.
Become an Affiliate Association of Community Living Ontario
Community Living Ontario is composed of over 100 like-minded Affiliate Associations that are united for common causes. ‘Affiliate Association’ means a not-for-profit organization that commits to advancing the goal and vision of Community Living Ontario through a sustained agenda of advocacy for, and support to, people who have an intellectual disability and their families, and has been approved for membership by the Board of Directors.
For information on becoming an Affiliate Association of Community Living Ontario, please contact:
Chris Beesley, Chief Executive Officer of Community Living Ontario, 416 447-4348 ext. 227, firstname.lastname@example.org
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