Become a member
We are a community-based organization led by a community Board of Directors. Being a member means that you have a voice in the organization. The work we engage in is aligned closely with our community due to the input of our community members. We invite you to become a community member if you:
- Support the mission of our clinic;
- Live in our catchment or service area (south of Bloor, east of the Humber river and west of Ossington); and
- Are 18 years of age or older.
Membership is free, and entitles you to a voice at membership meetings, including our Annual General Meeting. It also allows you to nominate others to our Board of Directors, or to stand for election yourself. To become a member, you can complete the membership form now, and either scan and email the form to email@example.com or mail us the form at:
Parkdale Community Legal Services
1229 Queen St W, Lower Level
Toronto, ON M6K 1L2
For more information on membership, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Our alumni network and alumni members
Since 1971, thousands of students have attended Parkdale as part of their legal education at Osgoode Hall Law School. If you are a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School who attended Osgoode Poverty Law Intensive Program, you can sign up to receive email updates and are also eligible to become a member of our organization.
Make a financial contribution
We are a registered charity and accept donations to support our mission. Donations over $20 will be eligible for a charitable tax receipt.
Donation is fast and easy using our online form, provided by CanadaHelps.