Join Canada’s Largest Network for Environmental NGOs
Want to connect with people who share your passion for the environment? Looking for a space to exchange ideas with people who understand the challenges of working in a non-profit organisation?
Join the RCEN—an independent, member-driven network offering collaboration, networking and capacity-building opportunities to Canada’s environmental NGO (ENGO) community.
Every day, groups of all shapes and sizes benefit from the services provided by the RCEN and its 11 Provincial and Territorial Affiliate Networks.
The Network is really just a big community, with members active in cities and towns across the country. Connect with your peers by joining one of our 10 national caucuses. Members also benefit from a subsidized rate when registering for our Annual Conference—Canada’s main ENGO networking event!
Our e-Bulletin, website and listservs make the RCEN a true clearinghouse for ENGO relevant news, announcements, action alerts, events, job postings and more. Today, we’re also finding new ways to share your information via Twitter and Facebook.
RCEN member groups can take advantage of valuable opportunities for engaging directly in national environmental policy initiatives through government consultations, workshops, committees, working groups and more. Learn more
Whether it’s providing seed funding for ENGOs via government contracts, or by coordinating training sessions through our caucuses, we’re constantly helping to build the capacity of environmental groups. Members also receive a 10% discount when posting opportunities on our jobs board.
How to Join:
Membership in the RCEN is open to non-profit, non-governmental organisations whose work focuses primarily on protecting, preserving, and restoring the environment. Established in 1977, today the Network has over 600 member groups working in communities across the country.
There are currently 11 provincial and territorial networks affiliated with the RCEN—providing dedicated support and services to members at the regional level.
To join us, you must first join your respective Provincial or Territorial Environmental Network.
Once confirmed, your membership entitles you to benefit from all services offered by the RCEN.
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For more information about membership, please contact our national office at (613) 728-9810, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.