We empower our sector

by sharing what we’ve learned through our research, training and advocacy work.

Why become a member?

Join a strong and collective voice for system change.
We recognize and celebrate individuals, groups and organizations who are committed to eradicating violence against women and closing the gender gap. As a member of WomanACT, you will learn about the issues impacting our communities, join a network of advocates and take action.


Meeting & Voting Rights

Participate in governance activities. General members have full voting rights.

Policy Advocacy

Engage in community mobilization and advocacy on issues that matter to you.

Stay Connected

Receive updates on emerging issues that are affecting our communities.

Education & Training

Participate in training, capacity building and networking opportunities.

How to become a member

WomanACT invites non-profit agencies, charitable organizations, public bodies, corporations, associations and individuals to become members. Members must demonstrate a commitment to furthering WomanACT’s mission, vision and values.

To apply online select the membership that applies to you or your organization bellow and fill out the corresponding form.

For more information, please contact:
Harmy Mendoza
Executive Director

Organization Membership

Non-profit agencies, charitable organizations, associations, businesses and institutions who are committed to furthering our mission, vision and values.

Organization members have full voting rights.

Organization Membership Fee

1 – 15
FTE employees

$100 CAD

16 – 30
FTE employees

$200 CAD

31 – 50
FTE employees

$400 CAD

FTE employees

$700 CAD

Individuals who are committed to furthering our mission, vision and values.

Individual members have full voting rights.

Individual Membership Fee

Individual membership

$125 CAD

Individual with lived experience of Gender Based Violence

No Fee

WomanACT Volunteers

No Fee

Retired individual

$80 CAD


$60 CAD

For Individual Memberships, memberships for Retired Individuals or Students, please use the applications below:

For memberships for Survivors and Volunteers, please use the applications below:

Government and public organizations.

Associate members do not have voting rights.


Abrigo Centre

Access Alliance Multicutural and Community Services

Aura Freedom International

ACT – AIDS Committee of Toronto

Barbra Schlifer Commemorative Clinic

Canadian Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse (CNPEA)

Catholic Children’s Aid Society of Toronto

Catholic Family Services of Toronto

Child Development Institute

Children’s Aid Society of Toronto


CReid Consulting

Elizabeth Fry Toronto

Ernestine’s Women’s Shelter

Family Service Toronto

Greek Orthodox Family Services & Counselling

Interval House

KCWA Family and Social Services


North York Women’s Centre

Oasis Centre des femmes

Parkdale Queen West Community Health Centre

Project iRise


Scarborough Women’s Centre

South Asian Women’s Centre

Uber Canada

Victim Services Toronto

West Neighbourhood House

Women’s Habitat of Etobicoke

Yorktown Family Services

YWCA Toronto