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Members are valuable assets in the struggle to end violence. They support our work and provide input into what we do. Members receive benefits for their participation.
|Youth (15 to 24 years old), students, under-employed or unemployed individuals||Sliding scale from $0-10|
|Non-profit organizations (one delegate to vote at Annual General Meeting)||$35|
|For-profit corporations (one delegate to vote at Annual General Meeting)||Annual budget $50,000 or less: $100|
Annual budget $50,000 or more: $250
Annual budget $1,000,000 or more: $500
If you would like to become a member, fill out the application form online or print and return to us.
ReAct Youth Facilitator job posting: PDF (21 KB)
METRAC seeks dynamic volunteers committed to ending violence against diverse women, youth and children. Volunteers support programs and projects, community outreach, administration, special events and fundraising. If you would like to apply to become a volunteer, complete the application form online or print and return to us. You may be contacted for an interview. If you are accepted as a volunteer, you will participate in mandatory training and orientation.
Note: METRAC is not accepting placement students at this time. We are accepting volunteer applications, but volunteer interviews and trainings will not be held until later in the year.
Do you have leadership skills and talent to help us make the vision of a violence-free world a reality?
METRAC is an award-winning community-based charity dedicated to preventing violence and advancing safety, justice and equity for all women and youth. We are searching for new members to volunteer on our Board of Directors who:
Note: previous board experience is an asset. Food, transportation and subsidized childcare expenses are provided, if necessary. Our office location is currently not wheelchair accessible, but meetings will be held at wheelchair accessible locations as required.
We are committed to the development of a Board of Directors that reflects the diversity of communities we serve. Applications from Aboriginal women, women of colour, LGBTTIQQ2S community members, women with disabilities, women who have experienced violence and survivors of violence are strongly encouraged.