Membership and Volunteers
How do I become a member or a director?
Anyone who is 18 years or older and lives or works in Scarborough can be a member or director. Please call us for a membership or director’s form which you must complete.
Why become a member?
- Members will learn about legal problems faced by low-income people
- Members will receive information about major changes to the law affecting low-income people
- Members may qualify to be a Director
- Directors get experience managing a non-profit organization
- Directors can attend Board training workshops
- Members can attend the Annual General Meeting
- Members can vote on by-law changes
- Members can vote for Members to become Directors
West Scarborough Community Legal Services is a non-profit corporation administered by a volunteer Board of Directors drawn from the community. Members are elected each year from our membership to oversee the administration and policies of the clinic. The board guides the staff on issues of importance to our community. If you are interested, please contact us at the number below.
How do I become a volunteer?
For further information, please contact us at 416-285-4460 ext. 22.