Become a member of The Gender Equality Coalition of Ontario.
Become a Member
Membership in the Gender Equality Coalition of Ontario is a great way to stay informed and to add your voice to the changes required by our community to ensure we all feel valued and experience equal opportunities in every aspect of our life. Please complete the most appropriate form for your situation: Individual, Business/Corporate, or Not-For-Profit/Social Enterprise.
To help with Covid-19 recovery the membership fees are free for the 2021/22 Year. The fee structure below will be observed as of September 2022.
Please click on one of the buttons below to submit your membership application:
Coalition Membership Fee Starting Sept. 2022
Individual Membership $20 annually
To receive a sponsored membership please email [email protected]
|Business Members||Nonprofit Organization Members|
|Operating Budget under $100,000||$100||$75|
|Operating Budget $100,000 - $1,000,000||$300||$200|
|Operating Budget over$1,000,000||$600||$400|
Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry at Western University Community Engaged Learning (CEL)
Medical Science 4300A course for 2021, challenges students to learn about and engage with health challenges that are currently affecting the London community. A core component is the completion of a project in collaboration with a community organization to address specific health issues through multiple perspectives and using evidence-informed medical science approaches.
The Team: Mili S, Ella C, Hannah P, Melanie P and Morolayo I, are in their final year of study in an Honors Degree in Interdisciplinary Medical Sciences.
The Project: chosen in consultation with the Gender Equality Coalition of Ontario the team has created a deliverable workshop and audience workbook on Body Image and Mental Health. This workshop engages pairs of individuals of all gender identities to assess and reflect on their body image beliefs, learn to dispel myths, practice using body positive activities and establish healthy body image routines through a series of simple but effective exercises. The workshop is run in two parts with time in between for reflections and understanding.
Interview with Linda Davis about the Project
“It’s been such a wonderful experience,” said Linda Davis, Executive Director of The Gender Equality Coalition of Ontario, on partnering with students for the community engaged learning course.
“We want to help people of all gender identities suffering from negative body image, there’s all kinds of mental health issues that go along with that. The students grasped very quickly what we wanted, I have just been floored.
“It’s a win-win,” Davis said. “There’s a real benefit to us in the community to be engaged with students and have young minds and innovative thinking helping us.”