Elizabeth Fry Toronto Membership Application Form

Yes, I am interested in being a member of Elizabeth Fry Toronto. I share the Elizabeth Fry Toronto Mission to ‘support women who are, have been or are at risk of coming into conflict with the law’.

In signing this membership form, I am also affirming my support for the Elizabeth Fry Toronto Vision:

A society that ensures all women have the dignity and capacity to make informed choices about their lives and avoid conflict with the law.

and commitment to:

  • Agency to be instrumental in our lives and the lives of others
  • Dignity to ensure each person is regarded as worthy, honoured, and esteemed
  • Diversity to respect and celebrate human difference
  • Innovation to create change that makes things better
  • Resilience to recover from and adjust to change and challenge

I understand that membership fees are $10.00 per calendar year (January 1- Dec 31) for individual membership
and $50.00 for a group membership.


Personal Information:

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First Name: *
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Organization Name:
Occupation:
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Please check one:

Individual Membership - $10.00
Group Membership - $50.00 - Organization Name:

Select form of payment:

Cheque: payable to Elizabeth Fry Toronto
Credit Card: Visa, Mastercard, Amex


(Note: the membership fee is ineligible for an income tax receipt and that donors are not automatically members)

Please mail cheques to:
Elizabeth Fry Toronto
Resource Development Office
215 Wellesley Street East, Ontario M4X 1G1
Fax: 416 924 3367
Email: fundraising@efrytoronto.org

Sometimes the company we keep can have serious, everlasting consequences that alter the course of our life. Charlie found out the hard way that her partner did not have the best of intentions after she was arrested for holding on to his gun. Luckily, Charlie was strong enough to turn her situation around.  Charlie took full advantage of programs available when she was at Grand Valley Institute, and that hard work paid off upon her arrival to the Phyllis Haslam Residence at Elizabeth Fry Toronto. 

Upon her release, Charlie had a job lined up in a field she was passionate about, and has been working hard to save money so she can support herself when she is granted her full parole. Most importantly, Charlie has reconnected with old friends. By surrounding herself with positive influences who are as invested in her success as she is, it reminds Charlie that life always moves forward.