Corresponding Members

Your membership will support our goal of achieving collective impact for healthy active aging across Canada. Your financial support assists in funding initiatives such as our websites, You Tube videos, health promotion, and other operational expenses that are not covered in project grants. Please see our project highlights from this past year to give you a better understanding of our work.

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Application Instructions
Membership Benefits
Membership Fees
Membership Eligibility & Commitment

Application Instructions

The membership year is April 1st to March 31st.

Should the cost of the membership be a barrier to your organization, please contact our office (1.800.549.9799) or via email at: exdir@activeagingcanada.ca.

Membership Benefits

  • Be a part of a growing national coalition
  • Commit to the vision of active aging for adult Canadians
  • Participate in national projects that support a vision of a healthy aging society
  • Be an advocate on issues that effect a healthy aging society
  • Stay informed with current research and activities of the organization
  • Promote your organization to like-minded national, provincial and local groups
  • Communicate with other national /provincial organizations who share the same vision

Membership Fees

Local Organizations                                       $75
Educational Institutions                               $150
International Organizations                         $200
Should the cost of the membership be a barrier to your organization, please contact our office (1.800.549.9799) or via email at: exdir@activeagingcanada.ca.

Membership Eligibility & Commitment

Any not-for profit / registered charity, international, or community/local association, or educational institution, that is interested in furthering active aging for older adults may be eligible for membership.

YOUR COMMITMENT

  • You are committed to supporting the vision and mission of Active Aging Canada.
  • You understand the importance of sharing information, resources and research.
  • You will share and promote relevant information and resources received through Active Aging Canada, to your members, clients, participants, when feasible.
  • When possible you will share your resources through Active Aging Canada to be disseminated to the membership and beyond.

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