Become a Member
With just one annual fee of your choice, you can join CAPE in our mission to protect human health by protecting the environment. Your donation will go toward banning pesticides across the country, promoting active forms of transportation, ensuring coal power is replaced with sustainable forms of energy as quickly as possible, and many other important projects. Once you sign up we will keep you in the loop on what your donation is doing to improve the health of Canadians, and other ways you can help. Join today!
There are two types of members…
People can get involved in CAPE by becoming Supporting Members who offer a donation at least once per year. There is no minimum amount needed. Supporting members can give whatever amount they feel they can afford. Donations can be offered through our website at www.cape.ca.
Supporting members can sign up for our quarterly e-newsletters and action alerts at our CAPE newsletter . They can engage in our campaigns by signing petitions and sending e-mails to decision-makers at pivotal moments to support our campaigns.
Supporting members can also participate in Regional Volunteer Committees where they can become more actively engaged in local or regional campaigns. For more information on volunteer committees see Join a Committee.
Supporting Members who have specialized expertise in environmental or health issues, share CAPE’s values, and have time to get involved in our campaigns, can become Active Members with the approval of CAPE’s Board.
We are encouraging people who want to become Active Members to volunteer with CAPE through one of its Regional Volunteer Committees first to become familiar with CAPE and to allow Active Members to get to know them.
Active Members can participate in, and vote at, CAPE’s Annual General Meeting (AGM). They can collaborate with CAPE’s Staff and Board, as well as Supporting Members and key stakeholders, on campaigns designed to gain progressive environmental policies.
With the Board’s permissions, Active Members can lead campaigns in their local communities. They can also run for a position on the Board when there are openings.