Applegrove is an agency of the City of Toronto and an independent charitable organization that together function as one organization. Our catchment area spans from Jones Avenue to the west to Woodbine Avenue to the east, and from Lake Ontario to the railway tracks north of Gerrard Street.

As a not-for-profit corporation Applegrove has a 10-member Board of Directors. As a City agency it has an 11-member Board of Management which includes all 10 directors plus a representative of the Toronto District School Board. The term for board members is 2 years, to a maximum of 4 consecutive 2-year terms.

Board members are a diverse group of community leaders that provide vision, strategic leadership, advocacy, accountability and stewardship.

  1. Board
  2. Annual Reports & Audited Financial Statements
  3. AOCC Model

We are looking for new board members!

Members will be elected at our Annual Meeting on March 28.

We’re looking for people of different backgrounds and experiences who want to share their knowledge, learn, be active in the neighbourhood and make Applegrove the best it can be.

We welcome people who represent the diversity in our community, especially those who: 

  • Are familiar with Applegrove e.g. current/former participants and volunteers
  • Live or work in our catchment (Jones to Woodbine, tracks north of Gerrard to the lake)
  • Experience barriers to equal access, opportunities and resources due to disadvantage and discrimination, particularly diverse racial and ethnocultural communities, Indigenous communities, people with disabilities and people living with low income 
  • Are youth or young adults over age 18

We are also seeking people with knowledge of finance/accounting and seniors issues.

The closing date for applications is February 28, 2023.

For details see:
Recruitment Flyer
Applegrove Board Member Job Description

For more information and to request a nomination form contact:
Susanne Burkhardt, Executive Director at [email protected] or 416-461-5392