How to Get Involved
Spinal Cord Injury Ontario is a great organization to support in so many ways...so get involved today!
Come out to an event. Register as a participant at the Wheelchair Relay Challenge, a curling bonspiel, or a gala evening and raise funds in support of SCI Ontario. Alternatively, join us at an information session on a weekday afternoon, and learn more about what SCI Ontario is doing is your community. Showing up for our events supports people with spinal cord injuries and other physical disabilities. The truth is, we couldn't do what we do without your support! Check out the events section to find out what's on in your community.
For years we have had the pleasure of developing unique and meaningful relationships with our event and program sponsors. Sponsors play a vital role in enabling us to expand activities and reach more people with spinal cord injuries and other physical disabilities. Sponsorships can be as involved as aiding an entire program or as relaxed as hosting an afternoon lunch and learn. If you think your company would like to further develop your relationship with us, please contact our Director of Resource Development at 416-422-5644 x 272.
We have a Forums section on our website. This area is for you. You can ask questions, offer advice, talk about issues and let people know about properties for rent, vehicles for sale and other relevant news. We encourage you to log on and get involved. Membership is free. And who knows who is out in cyberspace waiting to hear from you! Go to http://www.sciontario.org/forum/community to get involved.
We rely on our volunteers. Volunteers help us with office assistance, running events, writing in our publications and showing us board-level leadership. Volunteers might choose a role with a very specific time frame or one that is ongoing. We are privileged to have such dedicated people who help us do what we do. Their enthusiasm is contagious and helps us re-focus our purpose. We are so thankful for all they do. If you are interested in volunteering with us, please visit http://www.sciontario.org/localoffice or email email@example.com for more details.
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Disabilities related to mobility were present in less than 2% of people between the ages of 15 and 24, but affected about 44% of individuals aged 75 and over. (PALS 2006)
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