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Membership Application

This is step one to become a member of the Community Action Network (CAN)Thank you for your interest in applying to join the CAN Advocacy Working Group! You are not obligated to join if you submit this application. If you submit the application someone from our team will reach out to you to discuss it.
If you have any questions about this application, please call Karlene Nielsen, Manager of Community Engagement directly at 519-259-6148 or email knielsen@weareunited.com 

Do You Have a Passion for Action, Change and Ensuring Public Voice & Participation? We are looking for you! 

Building community voice and putting decision-making in the hands of those who are most affected by those decisions, is at the core of the advocacy efforts of ProsperUs. Residents will be engaged to provide their perspectives, stories, input, and expertise to facilitate action to tackle some of the unmet needs of our community. We pay all participants $15.55/hour for meeting attendance.  

About us:
ProsperUs is a collective of more than fifty system leading organizations that have come together to tackle the complex problem of childhood poverty in Windsor-Essex County. The vision of ProsperUs is that every young child has the opportunity and support to succeed – from cradle to career. United Way/Centraide Windsor-Essex County holds the Backbone role and stewards the process and key activities forward on behalf of the collective.

Community Action Network (CAN) Working Groups are resident-led, neighbourhood-based teams. Based on their lived experience, the CANs discussed barriers for children, youth and families in their community and co-create advocacy plans to make systems change.

More information visit www.weunlockpotential.com

ELIGIBILITY:
·         Applicants must live in West Windsor, Downtown Windsor or Leamington (with a postal code beginning with N9A, N9B, N9C, N8X, N8H, N0P).
·         Applicants must be 13 years or older. Applicants under 18 require a guardian to sign the application.

MEMBER ROLE:
Members share their experience in meetings with other resident members, contributing to discussions to identify advocacy opportunities and helping to plan for action.

MEMBER RESPONSIBILITY:
All members must review and sign CAN Advocacy Working Group Terms of Reference and CAN Non-Disclosure Agreement to ensure there is a common understanding of the purpose of the group and to uphold confidentiality.

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* 2. How old are you?

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* 3. Do you have any child(ren)?

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